Raytown police cancel endangered person advisory for 6-year-old after being found safe

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RAYTOWN, Mo. — Raytown police and the Missouri Highway Patrol have canceled an endangered person advisory for a 6-year-old boy Monday after they say he was found safe in Kansas City.

Police issued the alert Saturday night after they say Carllose Jackson was taken by his mom, Angela Lang, from the front yard of Jackson’s foster home.

The advisory says that Jackson was removed from Lang’s custody on June 3 and placed in a foster home by the Missouri Division of Family Services.

No charges have been announced at this time.

Angela Lang (left) reportedly took 6-year-old Carllose Jackson (right) from the front yard of his foster home. Lang is Jackson’s mother, but doesn’t currently have custody of him.

FOX4 is following developments with this story and will provide updates as more details are given.



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