Idaho Amber Alert Canceled

 

The 1-year-old boy allegedly abducted by his mother has been found, and the Amber Alert you heard last night is now canceled.

The Ada County Sheriff’s Office says Marisol Garza and her son were found in Draper, Utah. The mom is now in custody and the child is doing well.

Authorities say Garza tested positive for meth Dec. 14th after she gave birth to a baby girl, who also tested positive. Police say she left the baby at a local hospital the next day but ended up taking her son with her.

Investigators began looking for Garza who said she was homeless, and the boy to make sure he was safe. CBS 2 News reports, Garza announced on Facebook she was leaving Idaho on Tuesday with her son, who should be in the custody of the State of Idaho after he was declared to be in imminent danger earlier this month.

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