Grandma of missing 3-year-old girl charged with child endangerment, Tennessee cops say
According to state agencies, a Tennessee grandmother has been found who is being prosecuted after a nationwide search for a 3-year-old girl who went missing during the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has indicted 54-year-old Belinda Wilson of neglecting / endangering children and interfering with the custody of her granddaughter Zella Linklater's disappearance, the agency said on Friday.
Linklater has been found safe and her grandmother is now in custody after the two were in the woods, authorities said, who did not disclose exactly where they were found.
The TBI issued an alert for children at risk for the missing girl Thursday afternoon, saying she was last seen at her home in Chuckey, about 80 miles east of Knoxville.
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