Today is National AMBER Alert Awareness Day

For Immediate Release
January 13, 2022
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today is National AMBER Alert Awareness Day and FDLE is highlighting Florida’s seven active AMBER Alert cases.
Zachary Bernhardt, missing since 2000, lead investigative agency Clearwater PD:
Jarkeius Adside, missing since 2001, lead investigative agency Miami-Dade PD
Trenton Duckett, missing since 2006, lead investigative agency Leesburg PD:
Bryan Dossantos-Gomes, missing since 2006, lead investigative agency Ft. Myers PD:
HaLeigh Cummings, missing since 2009, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office:
Unidentified female, missing since 2018, lead investigative agency Titusville PD:
Andrew Caballeiro, missing since 2020, lead investigative agency Miami-Dade PD:
FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen said, “Citizen-provided information and tips continue to prove invaluable in missing children cases throughout Florida.  Please take a few minutes to review these cases.  If you have any information, contact the local agency listed on the flyer or 911.”
Thousands of Floridians have signed up at to receive Florida AMBER Alerts via e-mail and text message.  You can also follow FDLE on Facebook and Twitter, allowing you to quickly share alerts with others on social media.

For Further Information Contact:
FDLE Office of Public Information
(850) 410-7001

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