A 5-year-old Coconut Creek boy who was taken by his non-custodial parent has been safely reunited with his aunt, and his mother is now facing charges.
Julian Kiley was taken from his aunt's house just after midnight Monday in the 4000 block of Northwest 62nd Court, prompting an Amber Alert.
Julian's mother, 29-year-old Tiffany Kiley, lost custody of her son earlier this month and her sister was granted temporary custody.
Detectives located Tiffany and Julian at an address in Leesburg, which is located 45 miles northwest of Orlando.
Julian was found in good condition, according to officials. His mother now faces multiple charges, including interference of custody of a minor and burglary of an unoccupied dwelling.
Tiffany Kiley was booked into the Lake County jail. It's unknown if she's hired an attorney.
Kiley had called a Broward County judge Monday morning to say she would stop running.
"I just want my son to go home to my father so I can fix all this," she said.
She took Julian in a a silver, two-door pickup truck with partial Virgina tags (VGI). A man named Ronald Rouse was driving the truck. It's not known what connection he has to Tiffany and Julian, and whether he'll face any charges.
It's believed that she may have been headed to Massachusetts with her son.
"I'm very proud of her for stepping up and being that mother that she's being right now and turning herself in," sister Stephanie Kiley said.
Department of Children and Families investigators took custody of the boy, and he was later reunited with his aunt.
"I thank everyone for their prayers and support, thank you," Stephanie expressed.