UPDATE: Missing 2-year-old found safe after Amber Alert issued; father not facing charges

Dale Craig (left) and Kevin Craig, the subjects of an AMBER Alert issued Wednesday morning.

AUBURN, Ind. (WTHR) — UPDATE: Two-year-old Kevin Craig has been safely located and the suspect is in custody.

The Auburn Police Department told WPTA that they responded just after 3:00 a.m. Wednesday to a domestic call from Angela Williams, 27, who told police she was battered by Dale Craig, 28.

She also said Craig took her 2-year-old son, claiming he didn't have parental rights and she felt the child was in danger.

The AMBER Alert was issued and police were able to locate Craig and the child at approximately 7:45 a.m. Police determined Craig was the father of the child and that he did have paternal rights.

Craig told police Williams assaulted him with a knife and showed them cuts on his arm. Craig said he took the child away from the house because he feared for his safety as well as that of the child.

Police said Williams had been drinking, and there were three other children in the home during the disturbance.

The Indiana Department of Child Services is now investigating the welfare of all of the children.

Police are still investigating, but say Craig is not likely to face charges.


The Auburn Police Department is investigating the abduction of a child from Auburn, in Decatur County.

Police say a 2-year-old named Kevin Wayne Craig, nicknamed "Chub" is believed to be in extreme danger.

The child is described as 3 feet tall, 35 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair. The child was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt and diaper. He was last seen around 3 a.m. in Auburn.

Police say they believe he was likely abducted by Dale Curtis Craig. Dale is described as a 28-year-old white male, 5'10", 162 pounds, with a shaved head and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing a red t-shirt, blue jeans, and black converse shoes.

The suspect vehicle is a tan 1998 Toyota Avalon with Indiana license plate XKZ630.

If you have any information about either person, call 911 immediately.