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   An endangered persons advisory has been cancelled after three children were found safe.  

   Authorities in St. Francois County say  7 year old Jesus Mendoza, 5 year old Juliana Mendoza, and 3 year old Jaysnia Mendoza were found last night.  

   Police say the children's mother, 28 year old Julie Mendoza doesn't have custody and she failed to return the children after a weekend visit.  

   The children were located with their mother and her boyfriend in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  It's believed they were en route to California.

   Charges are likely.

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FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - Police say the seven children who have been missing since Saturday from their home in Fresno have been found safe with their father.

They were located Thursday at their father's home in Sacramento by an FBI task force.

Fresno police Sgt. Jaime Rios tell the Fresno Bee that the children were unharmed and in good spirits.

The father, Xa Yang, had been estranged from his family for three years.

Police say that the children were left in the care of their father. Rios says that Fresno and Sacramento police departments will investigate to determine if a crime was committed.
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