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WILDOMAR: UPDATED: David Alan Soto Has Been Found

 
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UPDATE 6:02 p.m.: David Soto was found, according to police. Story coming soon.

RELATED: David Alen Soto Found Safe After Day Long Search

UPDATE 4:30 p.m.: Sheriff officials are focusing their search for David Soto in the hills above McVicar Street in Wildomar, Lieutenant Zachary Hall told DailySoCal on scene Friday.

According to Hall, their K9 unit followed the scent and shoe prints of Soto into the hills above Wildomar, but their K9 lost the scent shortly after the shoe prints disappeared on a dirt path.

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While the main search for Soto is in the hills, Hall said they are also searching in the residential areas below the hills.

With temperatures in the mid-80’s, a big concern is that Soto could suffer from dehydration, Hall said.

[Photo gallery of the search below.]

The Wildomar Police Department and Soto’s family are requesting the communities’ help to locate him.  Anyone with information is encouraged to call Sheriff’s Dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or Lieutenant Zachary Hall at (951) 445-7951.

UPDATE 2:24 pm.: On June 27, 2014, at 7:30 AM, officers were dispatched to a missing person call.  David Alan Soto, a 19-year-old male, was last seen in his residence at 2:30 AM.   Soto’s residence is located in the 35000 block of Chloe Court, in the city of Wildomar.

David Soto is a Hispanic male adult, 6 feet tall, slim build (130 lbs) with brown hair and brown eyes.  He was last seen wearing blue sweat pants and sandals.  He has the mental capacity of a fifteen year old and normally wears a GPS tracking device; however, it was removed last night for maintenance.

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This is not the first time Soto has gone missing. According to a report on Lake Elsinore-Wildomar Patch, Soto went missing back in November 2013, click here to read their full report of that incident.

The Wildomar Police Department and Soto’s family are requesting the communities’ help to locate him.  Anyone with information is encouraged to call Sheriff’s Dispatch at (951) 776-1099, or Lieutenant Zachary Hall at (951) 445-7951.

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UPDATE: DailySoCal has confirmed that David Alen Soto, 19 of Wildomar is missing.

According to Lt. Hall of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Soto went missing earlier this morning and he has not yet been found.

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Anyone with information is encouraged to call Sheriff’s Dispatch at (951) 776-1099.

 

UPDATE: The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is actively searching for a missing person in Wildomar, according to Deputy Alberto Martinez in a phone call to DailySoCal.

DailySoCal will post more information as it becomes available.

Many DailySoCal readers have reported that a boy who is autistic is missing, that information is unconfirmed.

ORIGINAL: Riverside County Sheriff’s deputies are on McVicker Street in Wildomar, DailySoCal.com is reporting today.

At least 10 or more units are on scene, with a canine unit searching the surrounding area, and a sheriff’s helicopter circling overhead.

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The activity began sometime around 9:30 a.m., DailySoCal has learned.

A sheriff’s command post was set up at David A. Brown Middle School on Grand Ave.

DailySoCal is currently waiting for a statement from officials.

Check back with DailySoCal.com for more details as this story develops.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Sounds like we got the HELP out pretty darn fast. Hope they find him soon. I will wait for your updates Daniel to see if they are going to need volunteer searching for this one. Hopefully not and our officers/K9's get this boy home without incident.

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