Wyoming AMBER Alert Canceled Due To Baby Boy Being Found Safe

A Wyoming AMBER Alert has been canceled after the victim, a six-month-old boy, was found safe on Tuesday morning.

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Ellen Fike

August 25, 20201 min read

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(Cowboy State Daily Staff)

A Wyoming AMBER Alert was canceled after the missing child, a six-month-old boy, was found safe on Tuesday morning.

The Montana Department of Justice announced Tuesday that Lucas Warner was found safe after being kidnapped by his biological father over the weekend.

Not much information was provided, other than that the Lincoln County, Montana, Sheriff’s Office found the baby Tuesday morning.

According to MTN News, law enforcement officers believed the abduction was planned by Warner’s non-custodial father, Andrew Warner, and babysitter Hayli Emerson.

An AMBER Alert was sent out late Saturday evening across multiple states, including Wyoming. The alert said Andrew Warner was reportedly bipolar and off his medication, and that Lucas was believed to be in danger as a court determined that Andrew Warner was an unfit parent.

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