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Woman Charged With Abduction After Fleeing Virginia With Infant Son

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    Woman Charged With Abduction After Fleeing Virginia With Infant Son
    Fairfax County Police

    Police have located a Reston woman who fled the area with her 6-month-old son and was believed to have been heading to El Salvador.

    Nely Bonillas de Cordon, 38, was reported missing by her husband. She was charged by Fairfax County police with one count of abduction, police said in an update late Friday. 

    She was believed to have left the area around 4:30 p.m. Thursday with the baby, Arturo. Fairfax County Police said she had expressed her desire to take her son to be with extended family in El Salvador.

    Bonillas de Cordon left in a 2002 green Saturn SL2 four-door sedan, with Virginia license plates WMX-1031. Her tags were picked up by a license plate reader in the 1600 block of Columbia Road NW in Washington, D.C., about two hours after she was last seen in Reston, police said.

    Police had a felony warrant for her arrest for parental abduction, and Arturo was listed as an involuntary missing child.

    Bonillas de Cordon did not have her medication with her, police said. Child Protective Services was working on arrangement for care of the child, who appeared unharmed, police said.