Expired! ENDANGERED CHILD ALERT – LILLYANNA AND RYDER BENEKE

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Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued a Endangered Child Alert, Tuesday, February 14, 2017 with Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department for Lillyanna and Ryder Beneke.

Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department has confirmed LILLYANNA BENEKE and RYDER BENEKE HAVE BEEN FOUND SAFE AND UNHARMED!

Noncustodial parents Cody and Danielle Beneke were found, along with the children, early Wednesday morning, February 15, in a home rented by the couple in Antioch.

Cody and Danielle Beneke have been taken into custody by Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department.  

As this story develops Cheatham News will post updates.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017, Endangered Child Alert can be read below…


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2017 – Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued a Endangered Child Alert with Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department for Lillyanna and Ryder Beneke.

LAW ENFORCEMENT HAVE REASON BELIEVE                      LILLYANNA AND RYDER BENEKE ARE IN DANGER!  

KEEP READING BELOW….. 

Photo courtesy of TBI https://www.tn.gov/tbi/section/tennessees-missing-children

According to the TBI:

 LILLYANNA BENEKE is a white 4-year old female with blonde hair, hazel eyes, 3′ and 50 lbs.

RYDER BENEKE is a 2-year old white male with brown hair, hazel eyes, 3′, and 30 lbs according to the Tennessee Bureau of   investigation.                      https://www.tn.gov/tbi/section/tennessees-missing-children.  

The noncustodial parents, CODY BENEKE and DANIELLE BENEKE, both age 27 years old, are suspected in the disappearance of Lillyanna and Ryder Beneke.  Both noncustodial parents have outstanding warrants, violent criminal histories and are addicted to heroin and meth.

The TBI and Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office are urging everyone to help in locating Lillyanna and Ryder Beneke.  Be on the look out for a green Buick Sedan or a white van with South Carolina plates.  Law enforcement have reason to believe they could be in the area of Mt. Juliet or Hermitage.

If you see either of the described vehicles, noncustodial parent(s) or child(ren) call Cheatham County Sheriff at 615-792-2098 or TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND immediately. 

– See more at: https://www.tn.gov/tbi/section/tennessees-missing-children#sthash.qx2Fpq0X.dpuf

https://www.tn.gov/tbi/section/tennessees-missing-children

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