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Mabel Lopez missing from El Reno #Oklahoma #AmberAlert
An Oklahoma Amber Alert has been issued after an 8-year-old girl identified as Mabel Lopez was taken following a double stabbing in El Reno, and both the girl and her mother are thought to be in danger. The incident began at about 11 p.m. on Wednesday when police were called to an assault and battery with a deadly weapon in the 200 block of W. Elm in El Reno. Upon arrival, officers located two male victims with serious stab injuries. They were flown to an Oklahoma City hospital where both remain in critical condition. After the viscous stabbing attack, 39-year-old suspect Arcenio De Jesus fled the city and is believed to be traveling to Mexico with his wife, 33-year-old Mira Lopez-Rodriguez, who is also known as Maria Lopez or Maria Ramierez, and the child. "The wife and child are believed to be in danger," the the El Reno Police Department said in the amber alert.
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