The Maypearl Police Department executed two arrest warrants Wednesday night for two Fort Worth residents. George Austin Proctor, 20, has been charged with enticing a child and Jessica Williams, 36, has been charged with interference with child custody.

“Basically, these people were interfering with the lawful custody of a child. The child’s biological mother (Williams) signed off all parental rights, custodies and rights to even see the child 10 or 11 years ago,” Maypearl Police Chief Kevin Coffey said. “Part of the court paperwork is that she is not supposed to have any contact with them at all. She was never authorized to visit. She tracked down where the parents lived in Maypearl.”

Coffey said Williams sent Proctor, who is her son, to talk with the juvenile when his parents were at work. Proctor made arrangements to come later that night after the parents were asleep and transport the juvenile to Fort Worth to see Williams.

“When the parents woke up the next morning they were frantic because their kid was gone and they though he had been kidnapped. The parents started making phone calls and called relatives. The relatives said that he is at his biological mothers house,” Coffey said. “They went up there accompanied by the Fort Worth Police and picked the boy up. Once they came back they contacted us.”

Coffey said officers interviewed the juvenile who explained to police that front door of the house was unlocked and Proctor when into the residence while everyone was asleep, woke him up and then took him up to Fort Worth.

Coffey added the parent’s juvenile did not give their consent or have knowledge. Williams was under court order not to have any contact with the child, Coffey said.

Following the interview with the juvenile the Maypearl Police Department went through the process of obtaining warrants, which took about a week.

According to a Facebook post at about 8:30 p.m., Maypearl officers with the assistance of the Roanoke Police Department, executed an arrest warrant at the Leggo Distribution Center in Roanoke. Proctor was taken into custody with out incident. Officers executed then a second warrant at a Fort Worth residence at around 10:33 p.m. and took Williams into custody without incident. Members of the Fort Worth Police Department assisted in serving the warrant with Maypearl Officers.

Williams was booked into the Wayne McCollum Detention Center at 1:49 a.m. Thursday with a bond totaling $10,000. She has since bonded out of the detention center. Proctor was booked into the detention center where he was booked in at 8:09 a.m. Thursday with a bond totaling a $1,000. He has since bonded out of the detention center.