GLENVILLE — Glenville police received some warning that the man wanted in a Friday Amber Alert was in their town as the Troy investigation showed a cell phone connected to him pinged in the town, a Glenville police spokesman said Saturday.
They then learned their quick search was over as Frank Bragg walked in to the Glenville Police Department on Glenridge Road with the subject of the Amber Alert, his 3-month-old son Donovan, Glenville police Lt. Michael Petroski said.
"Officers responded to the station and found the baby unharmed," Petroski said.
Glenville police contacted police in Troy, who then responded and took Bragg. Workers with Child Protective Services also responded and took Donovan.
Petroski did not have information on what led Bragg to Glenville.
Polce in Troy issued the Amber Alert late Friday afternoon for a 1999 Honda Accord and Donovan's parents, Frank Bragg, 40, and Amanda Rua, 34. They were last seen with Donovan in Troy at around 4 p.m.
Police had a warrant for the arrest of both parents, as well as an order to take custody of the baby, according to Gazette news-gathering partner CBS6.
State police located Rua in Clifton Park a short time after Bragg turned himself in. Bragg was taken to the Rensselaer County Jail, CBS6 wrote.