Michigan mother lacking with kids after court docket order to take away them from her custody

MANISTEE, me. – A Michigan mother disappeared with three of her children after a court ordered them to be removed from custody.

Authorities said a court order to remove Kimberly Berrentine’s children was issued on Thursday, April 22nd at 3:00 p.m.

Kimberly Barrentine (WDIV)

When child protection officers and officers tried to pick up the children, they learned that Berrentine had escaped with all four of them in a vehicle, police said.

One of the four children was found in a Midland home on Friday, but the other three are still missing, according to authorities.

Manistee Police have received reports that Berrentine is suffering from drug withdrawal and hallucinations. They also said she drove irregularly.


She is said to be driving a silver 2008 Chevrolet Malibu with a damaged rear passenger door and no license plate, police said.

The three missing children are Trevor Alan-Peter Edens (12), Talissa Lynn Berrentine (8) and Tallyn Leigh Smith (6).

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