WARREN, Ohio -- The man accused of causing an Amber Alert was released from jail Tuesday night.
James Stennett, 20, was back in court earlier in the day.
During the hearing, a judge ruled Stennett is not a threat to himself or others. His bond was lowered.
Stennett, the non-custodial father of a two-month-old boy, is accused of taking his son last week from the home he shared with the baby's mother.
Both the boy and Stennett were found in good condition hours after the Amber Alert was issued.