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Missing twin infants were living in car full of weapons, drugs

Weddles and Walker were believed to be living inside this SUV with their five children.
Weddles and Walker were believed to be living inside this SUV with their five children. - Stockton Police Department

Stockton police have released photos of the “deplorable and dangerous conditions” 1-year-old twins lived in prior to their disappearance earlier this month.

Pocketknives, a machete, an ax, suspected mold, drugs and drug paraphernalia were taken as evidence from the white 2002 Suzuki sport-utility vehicle where Aaron Weddles and Princess Dara Canez Walker were found living with their 4-year-old daughter and 2-year-old twins. Another set of twins named Ren and Satina, born 10 months after their siblings, are still missing as their parents refuse to cooperate with authorities, according to a Stockton Police Department media release.

Weddles, 41, and Walker, 32, were reported missing along with their children on Jan. 4 before being found five days later. The parents remain in San Joaquin County Jail custody while their children have been entered into protective custody.

Anyone with information about Ren and Satina’s whereabouts is asked to call the Stockton Police Department at ‪209-937-8377‬, the investigations unit at ‪209-937-8323‬ or Crime Stoppers at ‪209-946-0600‬, which will pay up to $10,000 for details about their location.

People can also text information from their cellphones to 274637 with the keyword “TIPSPD” or submit tips via the department’s Facebook page or mobile app. Tipsters may remain anonymous.

Benjy Egel: 916-321-1052, @BenjyEgel

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