The amber alert issued for a 10-month-old baby, his mother and her boyfriend has now been canceled. The three were found in Godfrey, Ill., where authorities had been looking for the trio.
Saige Terrell, his mother Renee, and her boyfriend Christopher Luttrell have been missing for three days, after a social worker was found dead in Terrell's home in Henderson, Ky.
On Oct. 16, 2006, social worker Boni Frederick took Saige Terrell to his mother's home for a visit. Frederick was found beaten to death later that day.
Police said they received several reported sightings of the couple, but few solid leads until now. On Oct. 19, 2006, Henderson police detective Ron Adams said Frederick's purse was found near Mount Vernon, Ill., 103 miles west of Henderson by a truck driver.
Officials had checkpoints set up in Godfrey, Ill., all day, (which is about 40 miles east of St. Louis) where the couple and the boy were found.
The couple is now in police custody. Reports suggest that the baby is okay and being checked out at an area hospital.
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