AMBER Alert canceled after 6-year-old girl found safe

Published: Jun. 23, 2016 at 12:19 PM PDT
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An AMBER Alert has been canceled after a six-year-old was found safe in Fernley. Olivia Huston was found at a McDonald's with her grandmother about three hours after the alert went out.

According to the alert issued about noon June 23, 2016, Olivia Huston may have been in a gold 2000 4-door Dodge Stratus sedan (earlier believed to be an Intrepid), with Nevada license plate NV 117-AWJ. Another car possibly involved is a black Impala with a grey hood, with Nevada license plate number 26B826. Olivia Huston was reportedly in that car to go to Fallon from Schurz, in Mineral County, June 22.

Investigators say she may have been with her father, James Huston, and Samantha Conklin. James Huston is white and about 6' and 200 pounds. Conklin is about 5'1" and 170 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. James Huston and Conklin are still at large.

According to the Mineral County Independent News, an arrest warrant has been issued for James Huston and Conklin for two outstanding felony drug trafficking and an unlawful custodial rights violation.