Missing Enfield Baby Found Safe, Father Arrested on Unrelated Charges - NBC Connecticut

Missing Enfield Baby Found Safe, Father Arrested on Unrelated Charges

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    A 10-month-old girl reported missing from Enfield on Monday has been found safe, and the child's father has been arrested on unrelated charges, according to police.

    Police issued a Silver Alert for Ava Brielle after her father picked her up Monday morning, according to the chilid's grandmother, Susan Smyth.

    Smyth said Ava's parents have been having problems and that Ava's father, Caleb Wilson, grabbed the baby from her mother and sped off when they met to exchange custody Monday.

    Smyth said Wilson brought Ava to the Wal-Mart where he works and said he would not be at work "for the next two days, at least."

    State police canceled the alert for Ava around 6:30 p.m.

    Police said the baby is safe and that WIlson has been arrested on charges unrelated to the Silver Alert. It's not clear if he has an attorney.

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