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10-Year-Old Boy Found Safe, Amber Alert Canceled

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Jordan T. Johnson Jordan T. Johnson
Timothy Conatser Timothy Conatser
HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio -

The amber alert for a 10-year-old boy that had reportedly been taken from Montgomery County has been canceled.

Authorities say Jordan T. Johnson and the suspect, Timothy T. Conatser, have been located. Johnson is safe.

Johnson, was reported missing from the 4800 block of Neptune, in Huber Heights at about 12:54 a.m.

Authorities believe Johnson was taken by Timothy Conatser.

Conatser was involved in a domestic incident with Johnson's mother before the abduction, according to authorities. He has a violent drug history and was believed to be armed with a knife.

No other information was immediately available.

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