Missing baby parents face spate of charges

UPDATE: A man and a woman from NSW have been charged in relation to multiple dangerous driving incidents in Warwick last night.

About 8pm, a car was allegedly sighted driving dangerously across the Warwick district including on Weewondilla Rd, Wood St and Palmerin St.

Police attempted to intercept the vehicle, but the female driver allegedly failed to comply with the officer's direction to stop.

Police located the car a short time later near the intersection of Bracker and Dragon Sts after it was allegedly involved in a traffic crash, however no one was injured.

The man was taken into custody without further incident.

Police will further allege that after a search of the vehicle, a small quantity of methyl amphetamine was located.

The vehicle was impounded for further examinations.

A 27-year-old Aberdare, New South Wales woman has been charged with seven counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, and one count each of failing to remain at the scene of a crash, evade police, willful damage, possession of a dangerous drug and driving under the influence of drugs.

A 32-year-old Aberdare, New South Wales man has been charged with two counts each of assault police, willful damage and possess dangerous drugs.

The Queensland Police Service has been liaising with officers from the New South Wales Police Force about this incident, as it relates to a missing person investigation.

A three-month-old boy who was also in the vehicle was taken to the Warwick Hospital for observation as a precaution.

EARLIER: A baby who went missing with his parents from NSW has been found in Warwick overnight and his parents have been arrested.

Three-month-old Blake Holman and his parents Ashley Groizard aged 20 and Michael Holman, 32, were reported missing by family members yesterday.

Police said yesterday they held "serious concerns" for the baby due to reports of erratic behaviour from his parents and a nationwide alert was issues.

Queensland Police located the family after they were allegedly involved in a car crash in Warwick, near Dragon St and Bracker Rd.

The parents were arrested while the baby was taken to Warwick Hospital for observation.

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