Brittany Martie Wiki – Brittany Martie Bio
The Peoria Police Department reported in a news release that 30-year-old Brittany Martie succumbed to the injuries sustained during the abduction of her 10-month-old son, Abel Maes, in a residential area on Tuesday night.
According to officials, an Arizona woman tragically died after being thrown out of a moving van, while her baby boy was still inside.
Brittany Martie Age
She was 30 years old.
Brittany Martie Death
According to the police, Martie got into her car when a 30-year-old man, identified by the police as Abel’s innocent father Eric Maes, jumped into the driver’s seat and started driving the car while the boy was inside.
Authorities said Martie had been thrown out of the vehicle, and authorities found her with life-threatening injuries on arrival in response to a domestic violence incident report.
The mother was transferred to a local hospital, where she later died.
UPDATE: Search Continues in Homicide/Kidnapping Case@PeoriaPoliceAZ continue the search for Eric Maes. Anyone with info is encouraged to call Det. David Ayres a 623-773-8958 or contact @SilentwitnessAZ at 480-WITNESS
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— Peoria Police (AZ) (@PeoriaPoliceAZ) February 10, 2021
According to the Peoria Police, an AMBER Alarm was issued for Abel, who was in “good health” Wednesday morning, after police officers received a report of an abandoned child 18 miles from where he was taken.
A warning for Martie’s car, a 2010 Chrysler Town and Country minivan was also posted. The vehicle was found abandoned somewhere just four miles from Abel.
According to Peoria Police, Maes is still missing and authorities are investigating the case as a murder / kidnapping case.
A suspect alarm for Maes, it makes her “short brown hair and brown eyes, about 5’11”, 140 lbs.
Police say Martie was last spotted on foot near 2500 W. Cactus Road in Phoenix after getting out of her car.
Those who knew about the incident or the whereabouts of Maes were asked to contact Detective David Ayres from the Peoria Police Department Major Crimes Unit at 623-773-8958 or the Peoria Police Hotline at 623-773-7045.
Information can also be submitted anonymously by calling Silent Witness from 480-WITNESS or 480-TESTIGO or online at silentwitness.org.