Silver Alert canceled after Greensburg boy found safe; 2 arrested including mother


Alicia Turner

UPDATE (Sept. 17, 2021)– The Silver Alert has been canceled.

Police said the boy was released from school into the custody of his non-custodial mother, Alicia Turner. Turner and another woman, Lucy Boyer, left Greensburg with the boy without his custodial guardian’s permission.

On Friday, the boy was found safe in a Greenwood home by Greensburg police. The two women were arrested on preliminary kidnapping charges and the Indiana Department of Child Services is working on safe placement for the child.

The boy’s photo and personal information have been removed from the original story due to his status as a juvenile.

GREENSBURG, Ind. — The Greensburg Police Department is looking for help finding a boy who went missing Wednesday morning.

A Silver Alert has been issued. He has been missing since 10 a.m. Wednesday and is believed to be in danger.

The department said he was last seen with his non-custodial mother Alicia Turner, a 34-year-old white woman. She is 5’11” tall, weighs approximately 276 pounds, and has brown hair with blue eyes.

They were last seen in a gray 2017 Jeep Compass with an Indiana paper plate of P162542.

Anyone with information on Ryan’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Greensburg Police Department at 812-222-4911 or 911.

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