The Mesa family involved in a custodial interference case after orchestrating the disappearance last year of baby William and his mom, Madeline Jones, were sentenced in court Friday.
Roland, Cassandra and Madeline Jones were each sentenced to three years of supervised probation. The three of them pleaded guilty to custodial interference in May.
In June of 2017, Madeline Jones and her son William were reported missing. They were missing for months before Roland and Cassandra Jones were arrested at Phoenix Sky Harbor as they prepared to board a flight.
Authorities said the family orchestrated the disappearance after a custody dispute with William's father, Jacob Gouchenour.
The judge said Friday that if Roland, Cassandra and Madeline Jones hadn't already spent a "fairly substantial amount" of time in jail, he "certainly would impose jail time."