Longmont Police searching for endangered infant, believed to be living with parents out of car

Ronald James, Julie Saenz face investigation

LONGMONT, Colo. - Longmont police are trying to locate a missing and endangered 3-month-old child and the child's parents, who are believed to be living out of their car.

In a Friday statement, Longmont Police Cmdr. Jeff  Satur said his agency is assisting Boulder County Housing and Human Services with an investigation. Satur did not provide details on why authorities believe the infant is endangered.  

Ronald Leon James, 39, and Julie Nicole Saenz, 25, were last seen at the Longmont United Hospital at about 8 a.m. Wednesday with their baby, Jayden Saenz-James, Satur said. Their whereabouts are unknown. They have family connections in the Longmont area, the Denver metro area and Texas.

Satur said the couple often goes to emergency outreach centers for food and shelter. They have been living out of their car, a red two- door, 1990s Ford or Chevy Geo with unknown Texas plates.

James is described as 5 feet 10-inches tall and 240 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. Saenz is describes as 4 feet 11-inches tall, 160 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information about this family is asked to call the Longmont Police Department at 303-651-8501 or Boulder County Housing and Human Services at 303-441-1000.

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