PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- A day-long Amber Alert has been called off after a missing 2-year-old boy was found in Providence, and two men believed to have been involved in his disappearance are in police custody.
The alert was issued Sunday morning after police said the child was taken from the scene of a double homicide that took place in Johnston.
A Providence police officer found Isaiah Perez wandering through the Chad Brown section of Providence shortly before 9 p.m.
The boy appeared unharmed when he was found, but was transported to Hasbro Children's Hospital to be evaluated.
According to police, two people were found dead inside an Oaktree Drive home at about 5:20 a.m. Officers with the Johnston Police Department told The Providence Journal that both victims were women, one of whom was the young boy's mother.
Police initially named 22-year-old Malcolm Crowell as a suspect in both the Amber Alert and the double homicide. He was arrested at his place of work on Father Devalles Boulevard in Fall River, but was later cleared in the case.
A second suspect, Daniel Rodriguez, was apprehended earlier in the evening on Maude Street in Providence.
It's still not clear who abducted Perez and what the relationship to the child might have been.
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