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Amber Alert Cancelled After Missing Baby Turned In To Police

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ADDISON, TX -- Police in one North Texas town have cancelled an Amber Alert that was issued Saturday involving a missing baby.

Tommy Williams drove to Addison police headquarters on Saturday night with Michael Mitchell safe and asleep in the back seat of his vehicle, police said.

Addison police spokesman David Margulies released the following statement:

An Amber Alert that began this morning ended without incident tonight when Tommy Williams drove to the Addison police headquarters with Michael Mitchell safe and asleep in the back seat.
Williams took Mitchell this morning during what appears to have been a family dispute. 
Addison police were assisted by a team of FBI agents. Williams was eventually reached by telephone and following a number of conversations voluntarily drove to police headquarters with the child.
Addison police say no charges have been filed and that the case remains under investigation.      

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The Addison Police Department in Dallas County was searching for Michael John Mitchell, who is 19 months old, and suspect Tommy Williams, who was wanted in connection with the child's abduction.

The child was believed to be in grave or immediate danger, according to police. Williams, 41, is reportedly driving a 2004 black Mercedes CL500 with Texas license plates DX8X785.

Williams is the common law husband of the boy's grandmother and the case is being investigated as a family dispute, police spokesman David Margulies said.

Police say there was an argument around 1 p.m. between Williams and other family members at his grandmother's apartment.

We've heard of some sightings of Mercedes cars in the Texoma area, but they turned out to be false alarms.

 If you have information regarding this abduction, you're asked to call the Addison Police Department at 972-450-7156.