Milwaukee police find missing children with their mother's boyfriend

Posted at 5:47 AM, Aug 01, 2016

UPDATE 9:32 a.m. -- Police say the children have been sound safe, in the company of their mother's boyfriend.

Emmanuel Stevens has been taken into custody, and the investigation continues.



MILWAUKEE -- Police in Milwaukee are looking for two young children who they say are likely with their mother's boyfriend.

Delilah S. Berry, 5, and Dalontae B. Berry, 3, are believed to be in the company of 25-year-old Emmanuel T. Stevens. They were last seen Saturday, July 30 near N. 28th St. and W. Kilbourn Ave.

Here's how police describe the two children:

 Delilah is (unknown height), 48 pounds, black hair, slim build and last seen wearing a grey t-shirt and blue jeans. She has a dark complexion and wears in her hair in small ponytails.
     Dalontae is (unknown height), 40 pounds, black hair, and last seen wearing a red tank top and red shorts. He has a light complexion and a messy afro.

Police say Stevens is likely driving an older model green two-door Ford Explorer, and is known to frequent the area of N. 3rd St. and W. Ring St., on the city's north side.  The children aren't believed to be in any immediate danger.

If you see Stevens, the vehicle, or the children, police ask you to call the Sensitive Crimes Division at 935-7401 or the District Three Police Station at 935-7232.