Endangered Child Alert for two Mad. Co. children has been canceled.
Heather Lynn Waibl has been captured. Children safe.
Heather Waibl the non custodial mother of two Nathan Waibl, Jr.,
age 4 and Allison Waibl, age 3 was captured around 7:30 PM at
a mobile home on Amanda Park Cove in Lexington. An arrest warrant
was issued on Monday charging Heather Heloni’ Lynn Waibl with Custodial
Interference To wit: Mrs. Waibl did knowingly and intentionally
failing to return Nathan, Jr. and Allison Waibl to their father,
Nathan Waibl, the court ordered custodian after her visitation.
The capture was executed by the West Tennessee Violent Crimes and
Fugitive Task Force, along with the Madison County Sheriff's Office and
Lexington Police Department.
The WTVCF task force began operations in July following the nationwide
U.S. Marshals Service fugitive roundup, Operations FALCON 2008.
According to a news release from the U.S. Marshals' Office, in 2008,
the task force had 76 fugitive arrests.
The Madison County Sheriff's Department was the lead agency in this
investigation. An Endangered Child Alert was issued after Ms Waibl
Failed to return the children as ordered.
Mrs. Waibl picked up the children at the designated time and did not
return the children to their father at the court ordered time on
February 21, 2009.
Chancellor Butler previously granted visitation for Heather Lynn
Waibl, age 25, last known address 311 Natcon Drive, Dover, TN, on
alternating Saturdays. The visits were to be from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
and she was not to take the children outside Madison County.
Madison County Sheriff's Office along with the aid of the two other assisting agencies worked from the information developed to establish the whereabouts of Waibl and to make the arrest.
Keith Sherley, News Director, WNWS