Amber Alert lifted after mother and 3 young sons turn up at sheriff’s station in Lancaster – Los Angeles Times

Authorities lifted an Amber Alert late Sunday for three brothers from Albuquerque after the boys were found safe in California, along with their mother.

Laria Walker-Anderson and her sons — all younger than 10 — walked into the Lancaster station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on Sunday night, according to the La Verne Police Department.

The Amber Alert was issued in five Southern California counties Sunday after Walker-Anderson, 28, allegedly threatened to harm the boys as she drove them from Albuquerque to California, according to the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office, which serves Albuquerque.

She allegedly made the threats during a phone conversation with the boys’ father, the sheriff’s office said.


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