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ARAB, AL (WAFF) Charges of interference with custody have been dismissed against two people accused of taking four young siblings across state lines in December 2017. The parents agreed not to file lawsuits against Arab police, DHR or others.The charges stem from a case where four brothers from Arab had been reported missing since Dec. 8 but turned up in North Carolina a few days later.The boys’ noncustodial parents, 29 year old Karissa Renee Cummings and 39 year old Marcus Eugene Simmons, turned themselves into Morganton, North Carolina police.Police said the boys were not hurt.Arab Police Chief Ed Ralston said they got a phone call from a family member saying the parents turned themselves in to Morganton, North Carolina police.was about eleven o’clock last night, I think Simmons and the children showed up at his mother’s house in Morganton, North Carolina, The mother was aware of all that was going on, it had been nationally publicized that the children had been missing, said Ralston.Police were not sure where they had been while they were missing but said the family in North Carolina convinced them to turn themselves in.Ralston confirmed that Burke County Department of Social Services worked with Blount County DHR to get kids back to DHR.Arab police and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency had been looking for the boys since Dec. 8.Police say 1 year old Corbin Simmons, 4 year old Alexander Simmons, 5 year old Nicolas Simmons and 11 year old Ian Simmons were taken from their grandmother’s home on Cobb Road without permission by their father.The children had been placed with their grandmother as part of a DHR safety plan. According to Blount County DHR, the boys were to remain there until a temporary custody plan could be organized. on Dec. 8. Marshals Service to locate any family members that may have had contact with them, specifically in North Carolina.Extradition was granted for the two parents. Arab police left that Wednesday morning to pick them up from North Carolina. They were brought back to Arab then charged.Blount County DHR left that Tuesday morning to pick up the four boys from Burke County officials in North Carolina. Ralston said the four boys were not harmed.Report an Error Submit a Tip to WAFF 48Proposed plan would extend Beatline Road to Hwy 90Proposed plan would extend Beatline Road to Hwy 90Updated: Monday, March 12 2018 12:25 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:25:07 GMTA plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90. (Photo source: WLOX)A plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90.A plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90.More than 4,000 Mississippi soldiers leaving home for a yearMore than 4,000 Mississippi soldiers leaving home for a yearPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 12:20 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:20:53 GMT(Photo Source: WLOX News)More than 4,000 Mississippi National Guard soldiers are leaving their homes this month as part of a year long deployment.