8:00 P.M. — Police say a child who was the subject of an AMBER Alert out of Norcross has been found.
The department says 4-year-old Mireida Esponoza-Lemus was found with her birth mother 30-year-old Gladis Lemus. Police suspected Lemus after the girl’s father said they have had problems with custody in the past.
Investigators in this case say Lemus will face charges for kidnapping and cruelty to children.
Police confirm the girl was found unhurt and is now back with her father.
Police have issued an AMBER Alert for a 4-year-old girl abducted from Norcross, Georgia.
Mireida Espinoza-Lemus was last seen near Hammon Drive in Norcross wearing a pink sweater and pink pants. Police say she has a birthmark in the shape of a star on her thumb.
She is described as being:
- 3’6″ tall
- Approximately 35 pounds
- Shoulder length hair
- Brown eyes.
Police say she is accompanied by 30-year-old Gladis Lemus.
They are in a 2009 Ford Flex with GA license plate RCP9791.