Reward Offered By Local Bounty Hunter
A $3,000 reward is being offered for any information anyone might have about 22-month old Dwight Stallings, who has been missing since April 2011, last seen in the Sacramento area.
Local authorities have begun a wide search for the infant, since Child Protective Services sadly failed to report Dwight missing until after nearly 11 months of his family being unable to locate him. Legality issues of course prevent CPS officials from saying more, but Tanisha Edwards, Dwight's mother, is being held in Sacramento County jail on a probation violation and officials say she has provided some valuable intel into her son's whereabouts.
Bounty hunter Leonard Padilla, who is offering the $3,000 reward, was recently involved in the case of Wesley Shermantine and Loren Herzog, who were both involved in the long-time missing homicide victims of the 1993 "Speed Freak Killers", which helped in the discovery of a kidnapped 7-month old.
Padilla asks anyone with information to call his office at 916-558-6915. Sheriff's officials ask that individuals with information call their office at 916-874-5155.