Mill Creek children found safe after Amber Alert

MILL CREEK — A Mill Creek mother and her two young children were found safe Thursday evening after they were part of an hours-long Amber Alert.

The three were found in a grocery store parking lot in Eugene, Ore., Mill Creek police officer Ian Durkee said.

Ealier in the day, police reported that Sajza Henry, 25, took off with her children, 2-year-old Tyrel and 8-month-old Alexandria. Police said she had untreated mental health problems and was not allowed to be the sole caregiver for them.

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