BUCKEYE, Ariz. — A 9-month-old baby at the center of an Amber Alert is safe after two suspects wanted in connection to the alert turned themselves into Phoenix police Friday night.
The Buckeye Police Department said the baby's mother, Jessica Jones Angulo, and her brother Exzavior Jones had been arrested. The baby, Raylon Tucker, was found unharmed, in good health, and is being reunited with his custodial family.
An Amber Alert had been issued for Raylon, Angulo and Jones after Angulo allegedly took the baby from a home near Baseline and Miller roads.
Police said around 12:30 a.m., Angulo and three other suspects broke into the home, assaulted the homeowners, threatened them with a gun and then grabbed Raylon before driving away from the scene.
Authorities learned one of the victims is Raylon's biological father who has been involved in an ongoing custody dispute with Angulo.
Investigators located and arrested 36-year-old Jessica Howard Davila for her involvement in the home invasion and they located the suspect's vehicle.
Police arrested 39-year-old Michelle Anaya in Tolleson on June 14 for charges relating to the alert.
12 News was with Raylon's father when he heard the good news. He said his child's mother will "never see him again."
Police said this is an active investigation and they will release more information when it's available.
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