MIssing Alabama boys

ALERT: Four young brothers taken from grandparents’ home

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued an alert for four missing boys, who were apparently taken from their grandparents’ Tennessee home on Saturday.

AL.com reports that Ian Simmons, 11; Nicholas Simmons, 5; Alexander Simmons, 4; and Corbin Simmons, 1, disappeared from their grandparents’ home in Arab on Saturday night. Authorities believe that the children’s biological parents, 29-year-old Carrissa Renee Cummings and 39-year-old Marcus Eugene Simmons, took the children from the home without permission.

The boys’ grandparents had temporary custody of the boys, as part of a “safety plan” for their well-being, and their biological parents weren’t allowed to take the boys away. Police stated that the boys could be traveling to North Carolina in a 2003 white Ford Windstar with Alabama license plate number, 8AJ1511.

  • Corbin Simmons is 2 feet tall, weighs around 25 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Alexander Simmons is 2 feet 6 inches tall, weighs around 30 pounds, with strawberry blonde hair and brown eyes.
  • Nicholas Simmons is 3 feet tall, weighs around 35 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Ian Simmons is 4 feet 5 inches tall, weighs around 86 pounds, with strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes

Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Arab Police Department at 256-586-8124.

[Feature Photo: Simmons brothers/Handout]