Missing children found in Florida; biological mother arrested for custodial interference 07-10-06

PHONE: 961-2327
JULY 10, 2006


Celeste Gouveia, 11, and Chelsea Gouveia, 5, missing since May 27, 2006,were found
Monday in Florida. Florida police arrested Diana Tamura, at right., for custodial interference.


Two children who had been missing since May 26, 2006, were found Monday (July 10, 2006) in Florida with their biological mother. The mother, 30-year-old Diana Tamura, was arrested by Florida police for custodial interference.

The girls’ legal parents reported that they dropped off Chelsea Gouveia, 5, and Celeste Gouveia, 11, with Tamura the morning of May 27. The parents said Tamura failed to return the girls at a pre-arranged time later that morning.

Police issued an all-points bulletin for Tamura and the two girls and sought help from the public in locating them.

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