One child deceased, another rescued after Louisiana Amber Alert suspect caught in Mississippi


A search for two Louisiana girls who were allegedly abducted after their mother’s murder has ended in tragedy in Jackson, Mississippi.

According to Jackson Police Chief Joseph Wade, the suspect, Daniel Callihan, was apprehended after a high-speed chase.

Unfortunately, 4-year-old Erin Brunett was found dead in a wooded area, while her 6-year-old sister, Jalie Brunett, was found alive and taken to a Jackson hospital for treatment.

Daniel Callihan

Wade stated that he does not believe Callihan is the girls’ father, but declined to provide further information.

The police chief reported that evidence of potential human trafficking was discovered at the location where Callihan was apprehended, including small animal cages. As a result, Jackson police have contacted human trafficking investigators to assess the scene.

An Amber Alert was issued on Thursday for the two girls, who were abducted after their mother, 35-year-old Callie Brunett, was found dead by her father in her Loranger, Louisiana mobile home.

The victim’s father had reported her missing 24 hours earlier, after they had not heard from her since Tuesday morning.

Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith
Digital Reporter. Cameron Smith is a Weatherford, Texas native. He earned his Master of Arts in Journalism at the University of Mississippi. Prior to Ole Miss, he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration at East Texas Baptist University specializing in advertising and promotion. When he is not working, he enjoys playing golf, fishing, and attending sporting events.

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