AMBER ALERT: Child Taken From Jeffersonville Found Safe

FROM THE 27 NEWSFIRST NEWSROOM... Kentucky State Police have cancelled an Amber Alert for a child out of Montgomery County.

Kentucky State Police found 8-month old Billy Wyatt Mapel at a home in Jeffersonville. He is okay.

Police say his father, 43-year-old Robin Clay Mapel, dropped the child off at his grandparents home. Police are still looking for Robin Mapel.

He was last seen wearing a white jacket and white shirt, blue jeans with black belt with "skull" belt buckle, and black boots. He has a tattoo of eagles on both shoulders, with a rebel flag under eagle on one arm and american flag under the eagle on other arm.

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  • by Anonymous Location: Mount Sterling on Dec 8, 2007 at 08:29 AM
    The whole story has not been totally told. The child was never in no danger and was taken to his grandparents home in perfect condition. The child is not longer at his grandparents, nor is he as his mothers either. Social Services took him, and his sister and placed in custody at least until Monday. The reason being? The mother is not the angel she has made herself out to be. There are always two sides to every story, don't judge till you know the whole story, Missy is just as guilty as Robin.
  • by k Location: london on Dec 7, 2007 at 05:51 AM
    i hope this man digs down deep for his fatherly insticts and brings this child home. fights between adults happen to much lately, but leave the children out of it!!!!!
  • by allen Location: barboruville on Dec 7, 2007 at 04:12 AM
    i was watching wkyt on tv and seen the amberalert go out , the time is now 0706 and still nothing on the codeamber webpage or on the desktop ticker for codeamber, why is it takeing so long to get this on the net, people have thease in there car on there cell phone,, i hope we never have to use the system it seems to be a slow system or someone isent doing there job right im disapoinnted in the codeameber system today faster response is a must in cases like this and still nothing its now 0710 and still nothing on the web


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