AMBER ALERT: Caylen Williams Missing from Tellico Plains

A missing Monroe County toddler is safe.

An Amber Alert was issued for 1-year-old Caylen Williams Thursday morning. He was believed to be taken by his non-custodial mother. Caylen was found safe over 200 miles away in Evans Georgia.

The mother, 22-year-old Lakeisha Williams, is in cusodty. She was said to be facing charges of parental kidnapping.


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An Amber Alert is active for a missing toddler from Tellico Plains. Authorities say 21-month-old Caylen Williams is believed to be with his non-custodial mother, 22-year-old Lakeisha Williams.

Caylen has blonde hair and blue eyes, was last seen wearing a shirt with cartoon characters, shorts and black boots.

Lakisha is 5’3″ with black hair, brown eyes. She’s facing charges of Parental Kidnapping. There’s no vehicle description. If you see them you’re asked to call 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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