UPDATE: Four endangered Ohio siblings found safe

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LIMA, Ohio -- Lima police say four endangered Ohio siblings have been found safe and unharmed in Kenton, Ohio.

They are in the temporary custody of the Allen County Children's Services. The children's mother and boyfriend are both in custody.

A multi-state alert had been issued after four abducted, endangered children were taken by their non-custodial mother from Lima, Ohio.

The missing children ranged in age from 8 to 13 years old.

Police said that Marianne Merritt was believed to be headed toward Florida with her boyfriend, Charles Perkins. Once again, they are both in custody, and the children are all safe.

 

 

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