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Missing 5-year-old boy found safe

Kevaughn Bowen (Source: Wynne Police Department) Kevaughn Bowen (Source: Wynne Police Department)
Erica Renee Roebuck (Source: Wynne Police Department) Erica Renee Roebuck (Source: Wynne Police Department)

WYNNE, AR (KAIT) – A 5-year-old boy who went missing in November after a biological family member took him has been found safe.

According to the Wynne Police Department, Kevaughn Bowen was reported missing by his legal guardian on November 26.  They say Kevaughn was taken by his biological aunt, Erica Roebuck.

Detective Mike Smith with WPD states the boy has been found safe in Dallas, Texas.  The city was one of the places police say Roebuck had connections.

Roebuck has been arrested and will be charged with interfering with child custody. 

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