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Kidnapping Suspect Brought Back To Clarksville

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Posted at 1:55 PM, Aug 20, 2015
and last updated 2015-09-08 04:43:00-04

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – A suspect, who allegedly kidnapped a 9-year-old boy and brought him to Mexico, has returned to Clarksville.

An Endangered Child Alert was issued on February 27 for Christopher Ponce after investigators said he was taken from Clarksville by William Stanley King. Authorities said the boy was kidnapped after King lost custody of him during a hearing that day

King, who also went by the name William Allen Borck, was married to the boy's mother.

Officials with Clarksville police said King was brought back to Clarksville from Atlanta on Wednesday.

King allegedly took the boy to Mexico, where he remained until August 14. He was captured at a FexEx in Mexico City after investigators learned the two were in the outskirts of town.

Mexican authorities were able to locate Ponce and found him in good condition.

Ponce was brought back to the U.S. and reunited with his mother.

King was booked into Montgomery County Jail on charges of especially aggravated kidnapping, filing a false report and custodial interference. His bond was set at $120,000.