KYLE, Texas - Two missing children from Kyle have been found after an AMBER Alert was issued Tuesday.
Kyle police said Jaylynn Webber-Daniels, 6, and Jordyn Webber-Daniels, 6, were believed to be with 20-year-old Kylei Ashlyn Glasgow, a family friend.
Kyle police are looking for Kyle police said they are searching for Jaylynn Webber-Daniels, 6, and Jordyn Webber-Daniels, 6.
Police said around 2:33 p.m. on Nov. 21, officers were notified that the children had been taken by a family friend to go fishing. They left the Plum Creek neighborhood around 10:30 a.m., and the children's mother had not heard from them since.
Glasgow left her cell phone and credit cards at home, and had no way to get in touch with the children’s mother.
Kyle police said Wednesday that approximately 30 minutes after the AMBER Alert was issued, a citizen saw the gold Toyota Highlander parked at a business in the 7800 block of Camino Real/SH 21 in Caldwell County.
Caldwell County sheriff's deputies responded and detained Glasgow, who had been asleep in the vehicle. The two kids were found unharmed.
A search of the Highlander uncovered fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine and LSD. Glasgow was taken to the Hays County Jail and has been charged with two counts of abandoning/endangering a child, five counts of possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication. Glasgow also had an unrelated warrant from a previous case.
Kylei Glasgow (Kyle Police Department)
The investigation is ongoing and Kyle police say detectives are still determining if additional charges will be filed.
"We want to express our gratitude to the alert citizen who spotted the vehicle in question and took action, leading us to be able to locate these children quickly and return them home safely," said Kyle Chief of Police Jeff Barnett in a release. "We also extend our thanks to our officers and law enforcement partners for their swift response."
The Hays County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Department of Public Safety also assisted in this investigation.