VICTOR, ID – Idaho authorities are on a manhunt for a suspect, considered to be armed and dangerous, in connection with a kidnapping and homicide case. The suspect is linked to the abduction of a 10-month-old infant from a home in Victor.
Officials in Teton County have activated an Amber Alert across Idaho and Wyoming in an effort to locate the missing infant, identified as Zeke Gregory Best. The suspect in question, Jeremy Albert Best, is reportedly driving a black 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe SUV with Idaho license plates numbered 1T39349.
The Teton County Sheriff’s Office was alerted to a disturbance at a residence on the 4600 block of Skyline Loop shortly before midnight on Thursday. Upon arrival, officers discovered a deceased woman, later identified as the infant’s mother, Kali Jean Randall. The 38-year-old’s death is currently under investigation as a homicide, with Jeremy Best, 48, named as a potential suspect.
Teton County officials have reiterated the danger posed by the suspect. In a recent press release, the Sheriff’s office warned the public against approaching or attempting to confront the suspect, who is believed to be armed and highly dangerous.
Jeremy Best, also the father of the missing child, stands 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weighs 248 pounds, and has gray hair and a gray beard.
The Sheriff’s office has urged anyone with information about the suspect, the suspect’s vehicle, or the child to contact them at 208-354-2323 or dial 911 immediately.