Parents of Mesa mom who went missing with baby plead guilty in custodial interference case

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Mugshots of Roland Jones (left), Cassandra Yusko-Jones, parents of missing Madeline Jones who was last seen with her son, William Jones-Gouchenour in Mesa. (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office) Mugshots of Roland Jones (left), Cassandra Yusko-Jones, parents of missing Madeline Jones who was last seen with her son, William Jones-Gouchenour in Mesa. (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)
Madeline Frieda Jones, 19, and William Jones-Gouchenour. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) Madeline Frieda Jones, 19, and William Jones-Gouchenour. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
Mug shot of Roland Jones. (Source: MCSO) Mug shot of Roland Jones. (Source: MCSO)
Mug shot of Cassandra Jones. (Source: MCSO) Mug shot of Cassandra Jones. (Source: MCSO)
MESA, AZ (AP) -

A Mesa couple accused of helping their daughter hide her baby in a custodial interference case have pleaded guilty in the case.

Maricopa County prosecutors say Roland Jones, his wife Cassandra Yusko-Jones and their daughter Madeline Jones could each be facing one year of incarceration when they're sentenced July 13.

[RELATED: Judge reduces bond for mother of Mesa mom who went missing with baby]

Madeline Jones pleaded guilty to custodial interference in May while a judge accepted the plea deals of Jones' parents Wednesday.

[MORE: Parents of missing 19-year-old and her baby arrested, Maricopa County considering charges]

Mesa police say Roland Jones reported last June that his daughter and her then 1-year-old son were missing.

[READ MORE: Mesa PD: Missing Mesa mom, baby found in California]

Police believe the parents were aware their daughter's ex-husband had been granted joint custody of the baby boy and the couple helped their daughter deny him access to the child.

[MUG SHOT: Roland Jones]

[MUG SHOT: Cassandra Yusko-Jones]

Madeline Jones and the infant were found safe in California in October.

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