MCMINN COUNTY, Tenn. (WATE) — The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says the missing 18-month-old child that was the center of an Endangered Child Alert was found safe.
Alexander Webb was found in McMinn County Tuesday after the TBI issued an Endangered Child Alert. According to the TBI, Webb’s non-custodian parents were also located and were detained pending charges of custodial interference.
Alexander Webb has brown hair and eyes. He is about 3’0″ tall and weighs about 27 pounds.
Law enforcement said they believe the child is with his non-custodial parents. On Tuesday, TBI announced that Webb’s non-custodial parents, Sarah Ison, 23, and Jason Webb, 35, were charged with Custodial Interference.
According to the TBI, Ison is 5′ and 189 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes, and Jason Webb is 6’2″, 240 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.
TBI previously said Alexander Webb’s non-custodial parents may have been driving a 2001 Ford Explorer with a TN tag 607-BHRB. The vehicle was located in Athens Monday night according to the TBI.
If anyone sees Alexander Webb or the truck, call 1-800-TBI-FIND or the McMinn County Sheriff’s Department at 423-745-3222.
Authorities say nearly 400 people go missing in Tennessee each year. That’s five people for every 100,000. Check this list of people missing from East Tennessee to see if you can help locate someone.
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