Endangered Child Alert canceled for Cookeville baby

Endangered Child Alert canceled for Cookeville baby

5-month-old Ronald Flanagan (Source: TBI) 5-month-old Ronald Flanagan (Source: TBI)
Ronald Collins, Jr. (Source: TBI) Ronald Collins, Jr. (Source: TBI)
Amanda Collins (Source: TBI) Amanda Collins (Source: TBI)

COOKEVILLE (WATE) - An Endangered Child Alert issued early Tuesday by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for a missing baby boy from Cookeville was canceled Tuesday night.

Five-month-old Ronald Flanagan was found safe in Memphis, but his parents are still on the run.

TBI says Ronald was taken by his parents Ronald Collins, Jr. and Amanda Collins.

Ronald Collins is possibly armed and dangerous, and has bond conditions prohibiting him from any contact with Amanda Collins and the baby.

A court order is also on file for the removal of 5-month-old Ronald from his parents' custody.

The parents are possibly driving a gold four-door 1999 Buick Park Avenue. The vehicle may be displaying a Tennessee temporary tag of H2283Y. The tag is not registered to the vehicle.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Cookeville Police Department at 931-526-2126 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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