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Missing Child Found

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DENVER (AP) - Authorities have arrested a man accused of breaking into his estranged wife's home before blasting her with a stun gun and pepper spray and kidnapping their 3-year-old son.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation said Sunday afternoon that an Amber Alert for 3-year-old Luke Turner had been canceled, and the child is safe. The father was arrested at a motel in Brandon, Manitoba in Canada at about 1:30 p.m.

Police say Monty Turner, assaulted his wife at her Longmont, Colo., home Saturday and left with their child. A court order prohibits the father from contacting his wife and son.

The boy's grandfather was pulled over earlier Sunday in southwest Missouri on a warrant for second-degree kidnapping. He was driving a vehicle with a license plate number listed on an Amber Alert.

Original News Release:

DENVER (AP) - Authorities have arrested the father of a Colorado man accused of breaking into his estranged wife's home before blasting her with a stun gun and pepper spray and kidnapping their 3-year-old son.

Ronald Turner was arrested early Sunday on a highway in Missouri as an accessory to the kidnapping, the Denver Post reports.

Police say his son 51-year-old Monty Ray Turner assaulted his wife at her Longmont, Colo., home Saturday and left with their young child.

A court order prohibits Monty Turner from contacting his wife and son.

Longmont Police Cmdr. Jeff Satur says the missing boy might be in a maroon 2001 Dodge Caravan with Colorado tag 576-ZXY; a brown 1997 Ford F350 pickup with Colorado tag 541-YLH or a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Colorado tag 837-UHS.

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