Missing Lakeville Family Found, Parents Arrested

Chilrend Were Found Unharmed

Fox 9 reports that Minneapolis police have confirmed a missing Lakeville, Minnesota family of four has been found safe in south Minneapolis; alive and unharmed.

According to Lakeville police, a Minneapolis resident called police to report the family of 4 in a car behind a building. Minneapolis police responded and found the family members in the car on the 2500 block of 27th Avenue S. in Minneapolis.

Zachariah Daniel Wilson, 38; Angela Dee Robinson, 33; and their two children, ages 4 and 7, were missing for 5 days.

Both parents have been booked into the Dakota County Jail for probable cause child endangerment. The case is now in the hands of Dakota County Attorney’s Office for review and formal charging.

Wilson and Robinson are scheduled to appear in court at noon on Thursday, October 27.

Original Story:

The Lakeville Police Department is look for assistance in locating a family of four who haven’t been seen since Thursday, October 20, 2016.

Zachariah Wilson, 38, borrowed a car from his mother on Thursday and said he would pick her up from work but never did.

Wilson, who is with the mother of his children, Angela Robinson, 33, and children Nolan Wilson, 7, and Myles Wilson, 4, spoke with his mother on Friday morning and said he would be back in a few hours, but still has not shown up.

Because the Lakeville PD has been unable to locate them they are concerned for the welfare of the children.

Zachariah is 5’11”, 200 pounds, with blue eyes and a shaved head. Angela is 5’06”, 220 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

They are believed to be traveling in a silver 2015 Toyota Camry with Minnesota loon plate 2EA133.

If you have seen the family or know of their whereabouts please contact the Lakeville PD at 952-985-4800.

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