HARALSON COUNTY, Ga. — The Haralson County Sheriff’s Department has called off an Amber Alert for a missing 4-year-old boy, saying he has been found safe and his mother has been taken into custody.
Agents from the Haralson Paulding Drug Task Force along with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office located the missing child and arrested Anitritte Boyd for Aggravated Assault and Possession Of Firearm by Convicted Felon. This is still an active and ongoing investigation. pic.twitter.com/Ds08mvyqeG— Haralson Sheriff (@HaralsonSheriff) February 4, 2022
A statewide Amber Alert was issued for a Brayden Lee Dobbs, who sheriff’s deputies said was taken from his home after a shooting just after 6 a.m. Friday.
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Deputies said Dobbs was traveling with his mother Anitritte Boyd Dobbs after the shooting incident at Brayden’s home on Bethlehem Church Road.
They said Anitritte Dobbs went to the home of her estranged husband Lee Dobbs along with an unknown man.
Deputies said a struggle took place and Lee Dobbs was shot. That’s when they said Brayden got in the car with Anitritte Dobbs and left the scene.
Hours later, FBI agents and Haralson County and Douglas County deputies found Anitritte Dobbs in Douglas County with Braydon.
Anitritte Dobbs has been charged with aggravate assault. Deputies said they are still looking for the man she was with but have not identified him.
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Officials said Dobb’s husband is still in the hospital.
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