The once-missing Madeline Jones has arrived back in Phoenix after being extradited from San Diego. She’s being held in the Fourth Avenue Jail.
The 19-year-old Mesa woman and her baby were found in late September after they went missing for three months.
[MUG SHOT: Madeline Jones]
Jones and her son, William Jones-Gouchenour, were found in California.
Jones and William were last seen in June.
[RELATED: Mesa PD: Mom and 8-month-old baby missing]
Madeline’s parents, Roland and Cassandra Jones, were arrested shortly after Madeline and her baby were found.
Roland faces two charges of false reporting and custodial interference. Cassandra faces one count of false reporting and custodial interference.
[MUG SHOT: Roland Jones]
[MUG SHOT: Cassandra Yusko-Jones]
Police believe the couple helped Madeline and her son disappear so Madeline could avoid co-parenting.
The baby’s father, Jacob Gouchenour, says a judge had granted dual parental custody to him and his ex-wife Madeline in June of this year.
Madeline and William went missing the next day.
Police say Madeline is facing a charge of custodial interference for keeping William from his father.
Gouchenour was granted sole custody during this incident and will be reunited with his son.
Copyright 2017 KPHO/KTVK (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.