Police: Parents arrested in connection with endangered child later found safe
RADFORD, Va. (WSET) -- Police said the parents of a five-day-old have been arrested and charged in connection with their baby who was endangered, and later found safe.
They said Andy Alexander Bosier, 41, of High Point, North Carolina and Samantha Marie Cochran, 25, of Radford were both charged with abuse and neglect of a child.
Cochran is also charged with obstruction of justice.
Arrest warrants show the two lived in a mobile home with their child and neighbors said they had been there between six months to a year.
Police were looking for five-day-old Tatiana Bosier Tuesday after they said she was endangered and in the company of her father, Andy Bosier.
They were found safe in Pulaski a short time later.
According to online court records, Bosier was found guilty of unauthorized possession of drug paraphernalia in 2014 and Cochran was found guilty of driving on a suspended license in January.
Radford Police said the case is under investigation and they are not able to release any other information.