AMBER Alert canceled, two Great Falls children are safe

Posted at 7:17 PM, Aug 31, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-31 21:53:45-04

(UPDATE, 7:12 pm) The GFPD says that the two children have been found and are safe, and the adults are now in custody.

The GFPD said that thanks to the Amber Alert system, several community members recognized the car near Vaughn just outside of Great Falls and called 911.

Ezekiel and Savannah are safe; Martinez and Dahl are in police custody.

The GFPD thanked the community for sharing the information and keeping a keen eye out, these kids are safe because of you, adding #ittakesavillage.

The GFPD also said: "A big thank you to our fellow law enforcement officers from the CCSO for their quick response and getting the children to safety."

There is no word yet on what charges Martinez and Dahl may face; we will update you if we get more information.

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(1st REPORT, 6:40 pm) An AMBER Alert has been issued by the Montana Department of Justice on Monday afternoon for two Great Falls children.

According to the Great Falls Police Department, Ezekiel and Savanna Gonzalez were taken from school at 1 p.m. by their non-custodial mother, Isabella Martinez, and Davin Dahl.

They are reported to be in a dark blue 1998 Cadillac DeVille with Montana license plate 2-66011B.

  • EZEKIEL: 8 year old boy, black hair, brown eyes, 3’ tall, 40 pounds
  • SAVANNAH: 7 year old girl, brown hair, brown eyes, 3’ tall, 35 pounds
  • MARTINEZ: 26 year old woman, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5’4” tall, 160 pounds
  • DAHL: 30 year old man, brown hair, hazel eyes, 6’ tall, 140 pounds

The children are believed to be in danger as they were recently removed from their mother’s care, according to the AMBER Alert. Anyone who sees them or has any information is asked to call the GFPD at 406-727-7688, or 911.

No other details have been released at this point; we will update you if we get more information.