1-year-old kidnapped from Houston more than 2 weeks ago is in desperate need of medication, officials say

Authorities say the baby and his mother may be in Kansas City.

HOUSTON – A 1-year-old baby boy and his mother have still not been found after an Amber Alert was issued for their disappearance in the Houston area more than two weeks ago.

Last week, the Harris County Pct. 8 Constable’s Office told KPRC 2 that they believe baby Noah may have been taken by his mother and are now in Kansas City, Missouri where she has family.

1-year-old, believed to be kidnap, still missing; Authorities say the baby and his mother may be in Kansas City (Copyright 2024 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)

Since they do not think the two are in Texas any longer, the statewide Amber Alert was discontinued.

A regional 14-countywide Amber Alert remains in effect.

Noah Mi’anni Jah-sae Johnson was last seen on Feb. 6 with his mother, 38-year-old Kamilah Johnson, in the 11400 block of Space Center Boulevard in Houston.

According to officials, the child is in dire need of his medicine due to severe health complications.

Amber Alert: Johnson Mi'aani Jah-sae Noah (no copyright)

On Feb. 8, Lieutenant Charles Francis with Harris County precinct constables office said that Child Protective Services received a notification from Noah’s doctor’s office that he had not been receiving medical care or the medication that he requires.

Francis did not tell KPRC 2 the exact medical condition Noah has, however, said that it’s quite serious.

“It is a serious medical condition that does require constant attention and medication,” Francis said.

What we know bout the mother

Deputies said Noah was believed to be with his mother, Kamilah Antoinette Johnson.

Kamilah is 5′4″ inches tall and 170 pounds.

Francis said that at this time, Kamilah is not facing any charges but is urged to get Noah medical attention immediately.

“We would like for the mother to reach out to either our office or CPS directly, or for that matter, take your child to back to the doctor’s office that has been treating the child to the hospital, and allow them to be evaluated to make sure that everything’s OK,” he added.

Johnson, Kamilah Antoinette (no copyright)

What vehicle to look out for

The original Amber Alert indicated they may be traveling in a white 2007 GMC Yukon, Texas license plate STM-7097.

Vehicle description in Houston Amber Alert: white 2007 GMC Yukon, Texas license plate STM-7097 (click2houston.com)
Vehicle description in Houston Amber Alert: white 2007 GMC Yukon, Texas license plate STM-7097 (click2houston.com)

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About the Authors

Moriah Ballard joined the KPRC 2 digital team in the fall of 2021. Prior to becoming a digital content producer in Southeast Texas and a Houstonian, Moriah was an award-winning radio host in her hometown of Lorain, Ohio, and previously worked as a producer/content creator in Cleveland. Her faith, family, and community are her top passions.

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