Police find kidnapped Utah boy in Oregon
(Photo courtesy of Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office) Terran Butler, right, is shown with his mother, Emily Jolley, in this undated photo. Police say Butler is missing.
Unified Police said Thursday afternoon that they had found Terran Butler, a 6-year-old Millcreek boy at the center of an Amber Alert case. He was found, as expected, in Oregon.
Emily Jolley, 43, and her biological son, Terran Butler, went missing during a supervised visit over the weekend. After Butler’s father arrived at Jolley’s residence to pick Butler up, they were not there, and Jolley — who does not have custody of Butler — was accused of abducting him. Police initially suspected they were traveling to Washington state, later added that Arizona could be a possibility, and eventually issued an Amber Alert.
(Photo courtesy of the Unified Police Department) According to UPD, 6-year-old Terran Butler is believed to be in Oregon with his biological mother, Emily Jolley, and Bonnie Jackson (pictured), a "friend and sympathizer of Jolley's."
On Thursday, UPD Sgt. Melody Cutler said that Jolley was believed to be in Roseburg, Ore., and en route to Yachats, Ore. It is also believed that Jolley was traveling with a “friend and sympathizer” named Bonnie Jackson.
Later in the day, police say the boy was found and Jolley was taken into custody.