INDIANAPOLIS – The mother of a missing 5-month-old turned herself in to police at the City-County Building in Indianapolis Tuesday morning.
— IMPD (@IMPD_News) February 14, 2017
I was with Regina Williams as she turned herself n with her child at the city county building. Family & friends were there n support. pic.twitter.com/zcgghB7tYX
— RevCharles Harrison (@charlesharriso5) February 14, 2017
Parker Williams, who was a ward of the state of Indiana, recently suffered a bilateral skull fracture. The child is in the custody of the state. An attorney with the family is working to get the baby with his grandmother.
His mother, 37-year-old Regina Williams, had an open warrant for child neglect. She was taken to the Arrestee Processing Center for booking.
Officers with IMPD said the case did not meet standards to issue an Amber Alert.