AMBER Alert canceled; 6-year-old Alabama girl found safe

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Miy’Angel Lanee Crutchfield

UPDATE: The Amber Alert has been canceled for 6-year-old Miy’Angel Crutchfield, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. 

She was located between 5:15 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in Elizabethtown, Ky., Smith said.  The Centreville Police Chief reports Miy’Angel was found safe with no injuries.

With the assistance of Alabama State Troopers, her grandmother is on the way to retrieve her at this time.

Jasmine Crutchfield, her biological mother, and three others kidnapped her, according to police. All four are charged with kidnapping and will be brought back to Bibb County, Ala., in the coming weeks.

A court date is set for June 5.

CENTREVILLE, Ala. (WHNT/WKRN) — Police in Alabama need the public’s help in locating a missing 6-year-old girl from Centreville.

An AMBER Alert was issued Saturday for Miy’Angel Crutchfield. Miy’Angel is described to be 4-feet tall and about 90 pounds. She is possibly wearing pink lounge pants, a white shirt. She is missing two front teeth and her hair is half braided.

Authorities believe she was taken around 9 a.m. Saturday by 22-year-old Jasmine Denise Crutchfield. Jasmine is a black female with MJKS tattoed on her wrist. Authorities say they believe they are traveling in a silver Sedan with Ohio plates and may be headed toward Ohio.

Centreville is located in rural Bibb County, an hour southwest of Birmingham.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Centreville, Alabama Police Department at (205) 926-3129, or call 911.

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