PHOENIX — A five-month-old girl is safe after Phoenix police say she was taken from her foster family by her biological mother.
Eunice Salinas was located late Tuesday after allegedly being taken by her biological mother, 24-year-old Angelica Salinas, on Saturday.
UPDATE: Eunice Salinas has been located safe, information is developing and will be released as it becomes available pic.twitter.com/xcgzanXpGh— Phoenix Police (@PhoenixPolice) August 10, 2022
Police say around 8:30 Saturday night, Angelica Salinas went to the home of Eunice's foster family and forcibly removed her from the home.
Late Tuesday, police say Angelica Salinas showed up at a family member's home with the baby. Police were called and when officers arrived, they found the baby in good health.
Angelica Salinas was arrested. No other details have been released.