Toddler boy abducted by noncustodial mom found; mom arrested: Cops

A two-year-old boy Colorado abducted by his noncustodial mother has been found safe and the mother arrested, the Loveland Police Department said.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Alexandra Gralewski, 33, took Leo Liscum on Sunday while he was being babysat at a residence in Loveland. The boy’s father, Jacob Liscum contacted police and reportedly has full custody of Liscum and Gralewski has no parental rights.

The police department said they found Gralewski and the boy on Friday at the Quality Inn in Longmont, about 17 miles from Loveland. They arrested Gralewski “without incident” on charges of violating a custody order and an outstanding warrant for failing to appear on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

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In announcing their search for the pair, Loveland police said they had “reason to be concerned for the physical safety of the child,” but he was found unharmed.

Larimer County jail records indicate she’s being held without bond.

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[Featured image: Alexandra Gralewski, Leo Liscum/Loveland Police Department]