MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Both teen boys who were kidnapped in Jackson, Tennessee have been found safe, Tennessee Bureau of Investigations (TBI) said in an update.
According to TBI, both women wanted for allegedly kidnapping the two missing teens from are now in police custody.
An amber alert was issued for the two teen brothers, one 17-years-old and the other 15-years old on Tuesday, Feb. 7. TBI said the boys were kidnapped on Monday, Feb. 6.
TBI said Damelia Hunt, 48, who is said to be the teens' god mother, and 38-year-old Felica Wilson, who is said to be their mother, both turned themselves in to police separately on Tuesday.
Both teens were found safe in Jackson, TBI said.
The TBI said before being kidnapped, the teens were last seen with Wilson.
Authorities believed that at some point in the search for Wilson, Hurt, and the two teens, Hurt and Wilson switched cars, no longer believed to be in the older model silver Chevy Impala, which was the vehicle described in the Amber Alert.
To report a missing person in Jackson, Tennessee or to give tips about a missing person's whereabouts, call JPD at 731-425-8430 or TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.