Father of missing Onalaska 3-year-old criticizes Milwaukee police response

Onalaska toddler was reported missing after his mother was found dead Thursday morning in Milwaukee.

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WKBT) — An Amber Alert remains active for 3-year old Major Harris.

The Onalaska toddler was reported missing after his mother, Mallory Muenzenberger, was found dead Oct. 14 in Milwaukee.

The suspect in her death is believed to have taken Major from the scene.

Milwaukee police found the suspect dead of an apparent self-inflicted gun shot wound Sunday.

Investigators also found Muenzenberger’s SUV in Milwaukee.

Police have not located Major.

Wednesday, Major’s father, Carlton Laflaura, criticized Milwaukee police for not doing enough.

Laflaura, who drove from his home in West Virginia to Milwaukee to search for his son, begged community members to join the search.

“I thank the city of Milwaukee for the people who’ve been helping me search diligently,” he said. “But at the same time so much time has passed, I’m getting angry, I’m getting upset and I’m tired of being humble about my son.”

The Milwaukee Police Department is asking anyone with information about Major or of his mother’s death to call (414) 935-7405.

More details about the Amber Alert are available here.

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