OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. (WALA) - UPDATE: 2:14 p.m. Jackson County officials say an Ocean Springs mother and her three children have been found. They say they are at the woman's mother's house in Moss Point.
10:42 a.m. Jackson County Sheriff's deputies are searching for an Ocean Springs mother and her three children.
Family members of 25-year-old Tomika Latonya Booker contacted deputies on Tuesday, May 8. They told deputies they last heard from Booker and her children on Monday, May 7.
Family also said Booker had made threats to kill herself and her three children.
Sheriff's investigators believe an unknown individual drove Booker and her children from their home in the St. Andrews Community of Ocean Springs. That's because family said Booker didn't have a means of transportation at the time she and the children were reported missing.
See the description of the family members below:
Tomika Latonya Booker, 25, is described as a black female 5'6" tall, 125 to 130 pounds black long black hair and brown eyes.
Tyrone Lewis,9, is described as black male, 4'2" tall, 85 pounds, short black hair and brown eyes.
Tacoreyun (Cory) Home, 7, is described as black male, 3' 8" tall, 65 pounds, short black
hair and brown eyes.
Joshua Ford, 4, is described as black male, 3'1" tall, 40 pounds, short black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information on the missing mother and children is asked to
contact Investigator Edward Clark with the Jackson County Sheriffs Department at (228)-875-6963.