UPDATE: Parents of toddler found wandering come forwardPosted: Updated:
UPDATE: Saturday, March 14 @ 5 p.m.
GLENDALE - The parents of a 3-year-old boy who was found wandering in the streets have come forward.
Police in Glendale say the parents were located shortly after 5 p.m. on Saturday. They reportedly told officers they were moving out of their home and there had been a "misunderstanding" as far as who was watching the little boy.
There is still no word if charges will be filed against the child's parents. The boy was still under the care of Child Protective Services.
GLENDALE - The search is on for the parents of 3-year old boy after he was found wandering the streets in the west valley.
The little boy showed up at a yard sale in this cul-de-sac Saturday morning near 43rd Avenue and Maryland.
Neighbors in the area tried searching on their own to find the boy's parents but ended up calling police.
Police say they are having a hard time because the little boy, who is around 2-or-3 years old cannot speak so they do not even know his name.
The toddler has been away from his parents now for at least six hours, but police say he is doing okay.
Child Protective Services is keeping the little boy until his parents or guardians are found.