Authorities looking for missing Indiana toddler who may be in ‘extreme danger’

Posted at 5:51 AM, Apr 02, 2019

Update: Authorities canceled the alert at 6:16 a.m. Tuesday.


JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ind. -- Authorities have issued a statewide alert as they investigate the disappearance of a 19-month-old boy who is believed to be in "extreme danger," according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.

Kayden Matthew Fresh, 2’8’’ and 29 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes, was last seen at 8 p.m. Monday in Madison, Indiana. He was wearing a blue, yellow and white Paw Patrol T-shirt and
blue/grey shorts. Madison is about 92 miles southeast of Indianapolis.

The toddler might be with 28-year-old Jaxx Damian Falconberry, who is 5’7’’ and 185 pounds with brown hair with hazel eyes. Falconberry is driving a black, four-door 2004 Chevy Impala with Indiana plates ALV239.

Authorities said the toddler “is believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.”

Anyone with information should call the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department at 812-265-2648 or 911.