Woman Wanted In Case Of Custodial Interference

Posted at 8:03 PM, Jul 31, 2015

GALLATIN, Tenn. – Police have asked for the public’s help locating a woman accused of custodial interference.

Authorities said they were attempted to find Shyrell Jean Herrera, the step mother of two minor children.

According to reports, Herrera failed to comply with a court order to turn over custody of the children to their biological mother. Officials said the biological mother was awarded custody after the father passed away in April 2015.

Police said they were on the lookout for a blue 2012 Honda Accord, license plate number R9409A. Herrera may be in the Davidson, Sumner, Wilson, or Perry County areas.

Anyone with information has been urged to call the Gallatin Police Department.