NEWBERRY | A 1999 silver Dodge Intrepid associated with an Amber Alert issued in Greeneville, Tenn., was located Monday morning on I-26 in Newberry County.
The missing 7-month-old boy was found Monday evening in Miami, The Associated Press reported. A suspect wanted in the case remains at large.
According to an Amber Alert from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the child, Drake Kingston Boyd, was taken from his mother during a violent assault at about 4 p.m. Sunday.
Police were seeking 35-year-old David Jackson, 20-year-old Brooke Lashae Collins and 24-year-old Ashley Mclynda Laughlin. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Jackson is the baby’s father.
A third woman also was suspected but has only been identified by the nickname “Bunny.”
There was no immediate word Monday on arrests.
A S.C. Highway Patrol officer found the Dodge at 8 a.m. Monday, where it had been abandoned in the emergency lane on I-26 near mile marker 74 on the eastbound travel side in Newberry County.