LOS ANGELES – The Latest in a incommunicative little boy found apparently abandoned in Los Angeles (all times local):
Los Angeles police arrested a woman they believe left her young son at the head of the centre from the train station.
The police took the 31-year-old woman into custody Thursday afternoon when she returned to Union Station. She was later booked on suspicion of child endangering.
The woman remains in prison on $ 100,000 bail and it was not clear whether she had a lawyer.
Police say the 7-year-old boy was found wandering the station Wednesday. Governments and workers say that the boy and his mother were seen eating together in a café, but the woman ran away when confronted.
The police says that she was detained when she returned about 19 hours later, and the boy — who had not able to communicate with the government — was reunited with family members.
The police says the mother of a young boy who was abandoned at the Los Angeles station is taken into custody and being questioned by the researchers.
Los Angeles police say the woman was taken into custody Thursday afternoon at Union Station, where the boy was found in the dunes.
The police believe that the boy, between 5 and 7, may be deaf or autistic because they have not yet been able to communicate with him.
He was reunited with his family Thursday in the afternoon. Later in the day, his biological mother came to the station.
The police said they are still investigating why the boy on the left of the train station.
The Los Angeles Police department says that any deaf and autistic boy found in downtown Union Station has been reunited with his family.
The department tweeted the development on Thursday, but said that the investigation was pursued and not to provide personal data.
The department thanked members of the community and the media for spreading messages about the boy who was left alone at the station on Wednesday. The police had said that they could not communicate with the boy.
The police are trying to be a little deaf boy found at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Transit officers were alerted to the child without supervision around 7 a.m. Wednesday and found that the boy is deaf and unable to communicate.
Sign language tried to communicate with the boy, but was not successful.
The Police Department says that the child is also possibly autistic.
He is described as black, 5 to 7 years of age, 3 feet 5 inches (1.07 metres high and about 60 pounds, with brown eyes and long, braided hair.
He is dressed in a blue down jacket, white tank top shirt, beige pants and gray tennis shoes.