Amber Alert: Police say boy missing from South Ogden believed abducted

Caden Rhew. Photo: Facebook

SOUTH OGDEN, Utah, Oct. 10, 2016 (Gephardt Daily) — An Amber alert has been issued for a missing 11-year-old boy believed to have been abducted from his home, in South Ogden.

Caden Neal Rhew was last seen at 11 p.m. Sunday at his residence. He is 5-feet tall and weighs about 80 pounds. He has brown hair, brown eyes, and was last seen wearing a green Fox T-shirt and black sweat pants.

Caden is believed to be in the company of a man named Weston Kubbe, 37, a white male who is 6-feet-4-inches tall.

Kubbe has been seen driving a red 2009 Ford Escape, Utah licence plate X078CM.

Police say Caden left willingly with Kubbe, and may try to cover for him if the two are confronted.

Anyone with information on Caden’s whereabouts is asked to call Weber County Dispatch, at 801-629-8221.


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    Any device can be used as a phone and have social media apps.A phone does not need service to it. The phone can be from anywhere! Everything can get deleted before you even know what they are up too. That was the case for me, I did not know what kik was. I regret everyday not being informed.
    Between “Cyber bullying”, “child pornography” and human trafficking our children are available 24 hours a day. If they are getting bullied at school the safety of home is no longer there. I started this page to help other parents, caregivers and grandparents a sounding board. It is a non judgmental and informative page for anyone who cares about the young people in our lives. Education is the key. The internet is constantly changing and so are the threats. Lets help each other keep current.We cannot make the internet a safe place, we can make our kids more internet safe.


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