Missing child found safe

The mother and child from Oakland County who were reported missing yesterday were found safe in Georgia. According to the Atlanta Police Department. Shanitra Seay and Queen Norton were discovered last night. Seay was taken into custody and Norton is safe with relatives. They were reported missing in Pontiac yesterday morning and authorities believed they could have been in the Port Huron area.
ORIGINAL STORY:
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Department says a child reported missing in Pontiac could be in the Blue Water Area. Queen Jaiyana-Eloise Norton was last seen in her father’s vehicle in Pontiac when the vehicle was stolen by the child’s mother. Queen Norton is three years old, approximately three feet tall, about 45 pounds, and has brown eyes and black hair. She was seen wearing a purple coat with a fur hood, dark leggings, black boots, and a pink/purple striped winter hat. The stolen vehicle is a 2004 light blue Jaguar X-Type with a paper license plate. Sheriff’s deputies say Queen Norton, and her mother Shanitra Seay, could be in the Marine City or Port Huron area. Those who know the location of either are asked to call 9-1-1.