The desperate search for a ten-year-old Buckeye boy continues by air.  Sergeant Jason Weeks says they’re taking to the skies to scan the area by drones for Jesse Wilson who went missing several days ago.  Volunteer search teams are being asked to stand down today due to the excseesive heat warning issued by the

National Weather Service.  Weeks says it’s too risky for to be out in the extreme heat for the average person.  Instead, the professional search and rescue teams will search for Jesse by ATV, horsback and drones.  Jesee crawled out his bedroom window Sunday and hasn’t been seen since.  His mother says Jesse has a history of walking away from the home.  She also says her son likes to go to a neighbor’s home, but Jesse’s been warned to stay away from him due to “substance” issues.  

Kris Dugan