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Arrest Warrants Issued for Hopatcong Father, Accused of Abducting His Sons

By kcora on
Hopatcong New Jersey

The New Jersey State Police and the Hopatcong Police Department urge the public to assist in locating Kristopher Dohm, a father accused of abducting his two sons, who police say may be in need of medical assistance.

On February 6, Kristopher Dohm allegedly abducting his two sons, 8-year-old Parker Kristopher Dohm and 7-year-old Jaxon Baily Dohm, and left New Jersey.

Two arrest warrants have been issued as a result of these allegations. On February 11, a State arrest warrant was issued for interference with custody. A federal arrest warrant, for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, was issued on February 20.

Kristopher Dohm may have taken steps to alter his apppearance and those of his sons. All three may have shaved heads.

JAXON BAILEY DOHM

Age: 7 DOB: 12/14/2007 Sex: Male Race: White Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue Height: 4'1" Weight: 60 lbs Birthmark or mole on his chin.

PARKER KRISTOPHER DOHM 

Age: 8 DOB: 08/01/2006 Sex: Male Race: White Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel Height: 4'5" Weight: 60 lbs May wear transitional eye glasses.

KRISTOPHER S DOHM Age: 36 DOB: 07/25/1978 Sex: Male Race: White Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Height: 5'7" Weight: 150 lbs

Tattoo: Tribal band tattoo on his right arm and a tattoo on his left leg.

They may be traveling in a 2009 grey Nissan Pathfinder. Dohm has changed the license plates on this vehicle multiple times, using the following New Jersey license plate characters: K15DXS, ZKL24F, and S17CKV.

The suspect vehicle was last seen in the early morning hours of February 6, on Interstate 95 southbound in Baltimore, Maryland.

Parker has asthma and Kristopher is believed to have diabetes. These children may be in need of medical attention.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kristopher, Jaxon, or ParkerDohm is asked to contact the New Jersey State Police ROIC at 609-963-6900 x 1, the Hopatcong Police Department at 973-398-5000, or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678.