On April 16, 2020, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Emergency Notification and Tactical Alert Center (ENTAC) received a call from the Rupert Police Department (RPD) in Idaho who related that at approximately 1900 hours (PDT) they received a call regarding a 14-year-old girl, Nayeli Ford (victim), who was taken by Sergio Alcantar (suspect #1) and Carmelo Galarza (suspect #2) driving a 2011 Gray Chevrolet Malibu (ID-2M77260). The investigation led RPD to believe the suspects were driving to California. RPD related that one of the suspects had a felony warrant in Idaho for sexual assault of a twelve-year-old. RPD believed the victim had been kidnapped and was in danger of being sexually assaulted or forced into human trafficking. They requested assistance with activating an AMBER Alert. ENTAC activated an AMBER Alert at 1938 hours, on behalf of Rupert PD along the Interstate 80 corridor. Cellphone tracking information showed the involved parties were possibly around the Truckee, CA area. At approximately 0004 hours, a CHP officer located the vehicle and one suspect near the Donner Summit Rest Area. Galarza was contacted in the driver seat of the vehicle. After further investigation and the continued use of cell phone tracking information it was believed the victim and the second suspect were on foot and hiding in the area. Officers conducted a search of the area and located two sets of fresh footprints in the snow that led north into the forest. Alcantar and the victim were located 200 yards north of the rest area hiding behind a large tree in the snow. Galarza and Alcantar were placed in custody and transported to Nevada County Jail on kidnapping charges. Ford is in protective custody with CPS.