Mother Makes Desperate Plea For Daughter's Return

Wednesday, July 4th 2012, 6:10 pm
By: Karl Torp

The mother of a missing 3-year-old girl is pleading for her daughters safe return.

Chasity Almon, 3, of Pottawatomie County has been missing since Tuesday afternoon. That's when sheriff's deputies tried to arrest her father, Robert Almon, in Tecumseh for assault with a dangerous weapon.

Investigators tell News 9, Almon drove off in a pickup with Chasity and a 10-year-old family friend inside. The 10 year old was found safe Tuesday, but Chasity is still missing. Wednesday night her mother is praying for her safe return.

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"Please, please, I'm begging. Give her back," says Kimberly Bristow. "I just miss my daughter. It hurts so bad."

There is now a statewide manhunt going on for Almon. He has a long rap sheet and deputies say Almon has told others he's not going back to jail.

"Mr. Almon is considered extremely dangerous," say Pottawatomie County Sheriff Deputy Brian Wilcox.

Almon is believed to driving a 2007 silver Chevy Silverado with Oklahoma license plate number 225-FHP. The pickup also has an Atlanta Braves "A" in the rear window.

Investigators say Almon has a tattoo of an eyeball on one shoulder and a tribal skull on the other.

If you have any information on Robert Almon's whereabouts, or if you spot his vehicle, please call 911 immediately.