Texas Accidentally Issues Amber Alert for ‘Chucky’
The Texas Department of Public Safety accidentally sent out an Amber Alert on Friday that featured ‘Chucky’ from the Child’s Play movies
The message said that five-year-old Glen Ray was taken by Chucky who was wearing “blue denim overalls with multi-colored striped long sleeve shirt wielding a huge kitchen knife.”
Glen Ray was Chucky’s son in the 2004 film “Seed of Chucky.”
The alert also listed Chucky as at 3’1”, 28-years-old, and his race as “Doll.”
This Amber Alert was a test that was not meant to be sent out. According to KENS5 NEWS, the alert was sent out via email three separate times to subscribers of the Texas Alerts System Friday morning. Whoops.
There’s been a total of eight Child’s Play movies. The original was released 1988. The most recent, a reboot of the original, was released in 2019.
The Amber Alert began in Dallas after the kidnapping and murder of nine-year-old Amber Hagerman. Her case was never solved.
Amber stands for “America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response.”
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