Amber Alert girls to be released from hospital soon, BPD says
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) —
The two young Boise girls who spent several days in the Nevada desert and were subjects of an Amber Alert could be released from the hospital soon, Boise Police says.
The girl's father, Joshua Dundon, who is still hospitalized in Nevada, is being held on a $5 million bond on felony kidnapping and custody interference charges.
Eureka County Sheriff Keith Logan told KBOI 2News that the girls were suffering from exposure, dehydration and hypothermia when they were found Monday evening. He had walked about three miles after leaving the girls to a ranch when police were notified.
A Nevada woman alerted authorities after the father of the two missing Idaho girls showed up on her ranch Monday, and says the man was cold, barefoot and looking for help for the kids he left behind in the mountains.