Madeline Jones case: Charges submitted in missing Mesa baby case
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Mesa police said 19-year-old Madeline Jones and her son, one-year-old William, were reported missing on June 16 by Roland Jones.

UPDATE Oct. 2, 2017: Missing Mesa mom, baby found in California after mysterious disappearance 4 months ago - KNXV


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MESA, Ariz. -- (KNXV) -- Mesa police have submitted charges to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office in reference to a missing child case.

Mesa police said 19-year-old Madeline Jones and her son, one-year-old William, were reported missing on June 16 by Roland Jones.

Officials have been working on the case since June and during the investigation it was determined that Roland and Cassandra Jones, her parents, participated in the disappearance of Madeline and William.

Police believe Roland and Cassandra were aware that the father of the child had been granted joint custody of William and helped Madeline deny access to his son.

"I haven't gotten to be part of his life hardely at all and I want to be, I've tried and tried to work through the courts and then when I'm finally awareded joint custody in June, a day and a half of parenting time, my ex-wife took off with my son," said Jacob Gouchenour, William's father who now lives in Montana.

The woman's parents also gave false information to Mesa detectives, police said.

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