Skamania sheriff’s deputies locate missing Camas mother, baby

first_img Skamania County sheriff’s deputies have located a woman and her infant daughter who were being sought by Clark County authorities for several weeks.Dannielle “Danni” Williams, 30, was taken into custody without incident on multiple outstanding warrants Wednesday morning during a traffic stop on state Highway 14 near Milepost 30, according to a Skamania County Sheriff’s Office news release.Williams’ baby was with her in the vehicle. The baby is being cared for by Child Protective Services.“The condition of the infant is unknown at this time but appeared to be in good health when contacted,” Skamania County deputies said.Law enforcement and Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families officials reported that they were looking for Williams on Dec. 18. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office said at the time that detectives “have received information that the baby may be in need of urgent medical care.”Officials once again asked for help finding Williams last week, stating that she was known to frequent the Camas-Washougal area and may have been avoiding contact with Child Protective Services.Around 10:50 a.m. Wednesday, a Skamania County patrol deputy observed a black Honda sedan preparing to turn east onto Highway 14 from Salmon Falls Road. Law enforcement and Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families are searching for Dannielle “Danni” Williams and her 3-week-old baby. (Clark County Sheriff’s Office)last_img read more