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Police: Mother, accomplices ‘forcefully’ took 3-month-old from Texas home

Mia Negrete found safe in North Texas

An AMBER Alert was issued for Mia Negrete, 3 months old. Summer Davidson (middle) and Gemma Flores (right) were wanted in connection to her disappearance.
An AMBER Alert was issued for Mia Negrete, 3 months old. Summer Davidson (middle) and Gemma Flores (right) were wanted in connection to her disappearance. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – An infant at the center of an AMBER Alert Wednesday morning has been found safe, according to police.

The River Oaks Police Department said 3-month-old Mia Negrete was found after her mother and “several female accomplices" took her.

The alert, originally issued before 3 a.m., named Summer Davidson, 19, and Krystal Flores, 24, as women wanted in connection to the abduction.

Police said before her abduction, Negrete was removed from her mother’s care and placed with relatives “due to safety concerns."

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On Tuesday, the women went to the relatives’ residence in the 1200 block of Oxford Street in River Oaks and “forcefully” took the child, police said.

She was found around 5 a.m. in Fort Worth.

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Negrete is now in the care of Child Protective Services.

It is unclear if the women were arrested or what charges they may be facing.

According to CBS DFW, police were in the process of securing an arrest warrant when they received a tip about the infant’s location.

The AMBER Alert originally stated Negrete was four months old.


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