Parents Tesla Tucker and Cale Rudd arrested after baby Miya’s disappearance

An 8-month-old baby who went missing in Kentucky was still missing Tuesday, and five people, including the child’s grandmother and parents, have been arrested in connection with her disappearance.

Kentucky State Police reported Miya Tucker missing after officers conducted a welfare check and search warrant at a home in Ohio County on June 6 and failed to find her.

According to an arrest warrant obtained by the USA TODAY Network’s Courier Journal, the child, who lived at Reynolds Station, had not been seen by her family “since late April.”

Reynold’s Station is an unincorporated community in northwestern Kentucky, just south of the Indiana state line.

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According to a news release from officers, officers arrested the children’s parents – Tesla Tucker and Cale Rudd – on June 6 on multiple drug offenses and charges of abandonment of a minor.

The next day, officials filed additional drug charges against Tucker, 29, and Rudd, 30, as well as charges of first-degree child abuse and engaging in organized crime, both felonies.

Rudd was also charged with possessing a weapon, police said.