Lowndes County children reported missingPublished 1:10pm Monday, June 4, 2012
The Alabama Department of Public Safety Community Information Center is listing two Lowndes County children as missing.
Jordan and Taylor Dejerinett, 9-year-old black, male and female twins, were last seen in Hope Hull on Sunday, June 3, according to officials with the Department of Public Safety. Jordan was wearing a black shirt and badge shorts and Taylor was wearing a blue and white jump suit.
The children were in the company of Jack Mac Girdner, a 73-year-old white male, who has been described as the children’s caregiver. Girdner’s white 1988 Mercedes 560 SEL is also missing.
Jordan is listed as 4-foot-1 and 70 pounds. Taylor is listed as 4-foot-2 and 50 pounds.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of these children and Girdner, is asked to contact the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office at (334) 548-2151.
Sheriff John Williams would only say the case is under investigation.
Sgt. Steven Jarrett of the Public Information/Education Unit said the Department of Public Safety is assisting the sheriff’s office.