MANCHESTER — Manchester Police charged the parents of a two-year-old boy that was the subject of an Amber Alert with kidnapping charges Saturday.
Police said Erika Wallace, 26, of Raymond took her son, Joshua, 2, during a supervised visit at the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester Friday afternoon.
An Amber Alert was issued and Tewksbury, MA Police located the targeted car Wallace had driven away from the mall near a Home Depot and Motel 6 parking lot on Main Street.
At the time, Tewksbury Police drug unit detectives were doing a surveillance of this location when they spotted the van and the license plate matched information from the Amber Alert, police officials said.
Tewksbury authorities then took Erika into custody along with the boy’s father, Joshua Wallace, 27, of Raymond and a third associate, Nicolette Russell, 24, of Georgetown.
The boy was found safe and in good health…
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