DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (KTLA) -- The three grandchildren of local congressman Gary Miller have been located near Mexicali nearly four years after they were allegedly abducted by their mother.
Eleven-year-old Brian Miller, and his two twin brothers, Christian and Evan, are in protective custody following the arrest of their mother, Jennifer Lopez Dejongh.
Dejongh, 34, has been the subject of a felony warrant since she fled with the boys in 2007 in violation of a shared-custody court agreement with her ex-husband, Brian Miller, the son Republican U.S. Rep. Gary Miller of Diamond Bar.
Rep. Miller issued a statement thanking authorities.
"My family is eternally grateful to the FBI, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Mexican authorities and all those whose hard work and unwavering dedication made this possible. I would also like to express my deep appreciation for all of my colleagues, friends, and constituents who have given my family their support and their prayers during this extremely difficult time."
Dejongh is being held in San Dimas on $500,000 bail.
She is set to be arraigned Friday in Los Angeles on suspicion of child custody deprivation.
If convicted Dejongh could face up to three years in state prison.
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