21-Year-Old Woman Wanted in Harlingen for Kidnapping Arrested in El Paso
UPDATE (8/30): Harlingen police say the suspect was arrested in El Paso on Thursday.
The children are safe and in the custody of Child Protective Services.
HARLINGEN – Harlingen police are looking for a woman wanted for kidnapping.
A Child Protective Services employee filed the kidnapping report against Destiny Rene Galvan last week.
On Aug. 19, police say Galvan allegedly took her 4-year-old girl and two 1-year-old sons from custody of Child Protective Services without authorization and in violation of a court order.
Harlingen police say she doesn't have legal custody of her children.
They were last seen in a white Dodge four-door pickup with Texas license plate: KTZ5628.
Authorities don't know if they are still in that vehicle.
Officials say she has connections in the Harlingen and Dallas areas.
If anyone is aware of Galvan’s whereabouts, call the Harlingen Crime Stoppers at 956-425-8477.
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