Missing Son Found, Father Still Missing - NBC Connecticut

Missing Son Found, Father Still Missing



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    2-year-old Paulie Martone, and his father, Paul Martone have been missing since Jan. 3. Police issued a Silver Alert for the pair Tuesday.

    Police have found a 2-year-old boy, but are still looking for his father hours after issuing a Silver Alert.

    Police issued a Silver Alert on Tuesday for Paul Martone and his son Paulie, who had been missing since Jan. 3, according to police.

    On Wednesday morning, police obtained information on the whereabouts of the little boy. Detectives picked him up in Ansonia and brought him to the New Haven Police Department around 10:30 a.m., police said.

    Paulie appears to be healthy, unharmed and in good spirits and ate a burger and fries at a detective's desk, police said. 

    The state Department of Children and Families will evaluate his living situation.

    The Silver Alert remains in effect for Paul Martone, 37. He is white, 5-feet-9, weighs about 210 pounds and has receding brown hair and brown eyes, according to police.

    Paul Martone, who has psychiatric issues, has an active arrest warrant for probation violation. Concerns regarding Paul Martone's mental condition supported continuing the silver alert.

    He is a registered sex offender, according to police. 

    Anyone with information is urged to call the New Haven Police Department at 203-946-6316 or Detectives at 203-946-6304.

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