Texas Girl in AMBER Alert Found Safe

The AMBER alert issued for  Sommer Brown from Dallas was canceled Sunday morning. According to Fox59 television in Indianapolis, the girl was found safe near Fishers, Ind.

The Amber Alert, which was issued on Friday for 12-year-old Sommer Brown, has been canceled.
According to the Cedar Hill Police Department, Sommer Brown and her mother Lisa Elizabeth Brown, were found Sunday morning just outside of Indianapolis.
Lisa Brown is now in police custody and arrangements are being made for Sommer Brown to be returned to her father in Texas.
Corky Brown, the public information officer for the Cedar Hill Police Department, tells NBC 5, Sommer Brown is safe and unharmed.
Cedar Hill police issued the Amber Alert for Sommer Brown on Friday stating they believe she was “in grave or immediate danger.
Police said they believe the pair were traveling in a gray/pewter 2006 Ford Expedition with a paper Carmax tag that reads 86P 3357 and expires on May 19, 2013. On Sunday morning, the NBC affiliate in Indianapolis told NBC 5 the car had been found just outside of the city.
On Friday, Sommer Brown’s stepsister told NBC 5, “I’m worried for her safety and her well-being and … we need to find her ASAP … because I don’t know what her mother could do to her.”
Cedar Hill police said Lisa Brown, an Atlanta schoolteacher who is currently on spring break, came to North Texas to try to get temporary custody of her daughter.
The girl’s father was awarded custody about three weeks ago.
Police said Lisa Brown filed a police report accusing her estranged husband of sexually abusing his daughter. Cedar Hill police said they looked into the claims, found they were false and arrested
Brown on suspicion of filing a false police report on Tuesday.
Brown bonded out of a jail on Wednesday and sought an emergency temporary custody order through family courts on Thursday but was denied, police said.
After the court denied her custody, Brown tried to take her daughter out of school, but the school denied her request because she doesn’t have custodial rights, police said.
Investigators said Lisa Brown drove to her estranged husband’s neighborhood in the 100 block of Hannah Circle at approximately 6 p.m. on Thursday and called her daughter.
Dews said she was sitting with her stepsister inside the house while she talked with her mother on the phone.
Her mother told her stepsister “how much she missed her, she couldn’t live without her, and she wasn’t going to live without her, and that she wasn’t going to stop trying to get her,” Dews said.
She said Sommer Brown went outside “because her mother begged her for a hug.”
When Sommer Brown finally came out of the house, neighbors told police they heard Lisa Brown yelling at her daughter to get in the car. When she finally complied, Brown sped away, witnesses said.
Dews said she ran after the car, with her stepsister staring at her through the window.
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