UPDATE: Friday, 12:18 p.m.
The Missing and Endangered Person Advisory for the Medicinehorse children has been canceled.
The children have been found safe.
The Billings Police Department released this statement:
The Billings Police Department has cancelled the Montana Endangered Person Advisory (MEPA) for Medicine Horse & her 5 children. Medicine Horse contacted CFS earlier today after learning that the MEPA had been issued. Medicine Horse had taken the children to a family friend’s residence where CFS and law enforcement responded. The children were not harmed and in good health. The children are in the custody of CFS at this time.
Authorities are seeking help to find five Billings children abducted while on a temporary trial visit with their non-custodial mother.
The mother, Tanisha Felicia Medicinehorse, 34, is known to abuse drugs and have drug-induced delusions and is possibly headed to Wyoming.
She is 5 feet 6 inches tall, 180 pounds with brown hairs and brown eyes.
The children are Alahna, Kayla, Asia, Toni, and Julian Medicinehorse. They are between 3 and 11 years old.
The children were on a trial visitation and were last seen Tuesday.
If you know the whereabouts of Tanisha or the Medicinehorse children please call Billings police at (406) 657-8461 or 911.