Girls allegedly abducted by noncustodial parents placed in foster care
Keilyn Martinez, 4, Kristel Martinez, 3, abducted from grandmother's home Sunday
MIAMI – Two girls who were found Wednesday after having been abducted by their noncustodial parents were placed with a foster agency on Thursday, authorities said.
Police said Keilyn Martinez, 4, and Kristel Martinez, 3, were abducted Sunday from their grandmother's home in Miami.
The grandmother, who had custody of the children, told police that the girls' parents came over for a late-night visit. She said she went to sleep and woke up to find the girls missing.
Police and agents from the U.S. Marshals Service found the girls with their parents in West Palm Beach.
Christy Vigo Rezkala and Erlin Martinez were arrested and are awaiting extradition to Miami.
The children were not allowed to return to their grandmother because they were abducted from her home, officials said.
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