PHOENIX - The mother of missing baby Gabriel was released from jail Thursday after serving a 20-day sentence for violating her probation in New Mexico.
Elizabeth Johnson's case was one of the most notorious in the Valley over the past 10 years. She served five years for custodial interference after her baby disappeared in 2009.
Some believe she gave him away to a San Antonio couple and others think she may have killed him.
Johnson must wear a GPS ankle bracelet.
Court documents filed in March said Johnson had contact with police and did not report it. She was also associating with a known felon and didn't tell her probation officer.
Then, she left the state without permission and failed to tell her probation officer she was getting married.
Her son, Gabriel, vanished in 2009 and has never been found.