‘There Is Concern For That Children’s Welfare:’ Whole Family Of Six Missing After Father Offered Without Any-Contact Order

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A whole Minnesota household is missing and investigators say they might be at risk.

Robert Herrington, 34, his estranged wife Erika Herrington as well as their four children —Landon and Carter, 8, Briella, 3. and Delilah, 2 — disappeared a week ago and the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office has become asking the general public for help locating them.

“There is really a Domestic Assault No Contact Order in position restricting Mr. Herrington from being round his wife or children,” the sheriff’s office noted inside a Saturday pr release. “There’s concern for that children’s welfare for this reason along with other conditions they might be in.”

Investigators believe the household is together, driving a 2015 Hyundai Sonata.

This isn’t the very first incident where the family was reported missing as well as in possible danger.

Erika Herrington’s mother reported her and also the children missing this past year, KARE11 in Minneapolis reports. Investigators eventually found them together with Robert in South Dakota. Before doing this, Erika’s mother said excitedly that they feared Robert would hurt all of them,

He’s indeed hurt Erika formerly.

Just two several weeks before that incident, Robert pinned Erika lower on the ground by her neck before threatening her having a knife. He’s presently waiting for sentencing for your incident after pleading guilty to domestic assault.

Robert was billed two times with violating no-contact order in the last year, KARE11 reports.

The Sonata is apparently white-colored having a black top. Government bodies ask the general public to watch out for that vehicle that has the Minnesota license BWD 364. Anybody that has seen the Herringtons or their vehicle is advised to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office at 320-251-4240.


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