SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida missing child alert was canceled for two girls out of Seminole County, and their mother was arrested on a charge of attempted murder, deputies announced Monday.
The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that the girls, 10 and 13, were both found safe when a car driven by their mother, Di’Last Kellie, was pulled over during an early morning traffic stop in Orlando.
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Kellie was arrested and taken to the John E. Polk Correctional Facility, deputies said.
A judge on Monday ordered Kellie to be held without bond. Her next court date was scheduled for Jan. 18.
**Scheduling Update** Kellie now due for initial appearance this afternoon. https://t.co/NhS8Cu0f09— Seminole County S.O. (@SeminoleSO) November 15, 2021
Kellie’s two daughters were in the vehicle and unharmed, deputies added.
Sheriff’s officials said Sunday that Kellie was wanted in connection with a domestic stabbing that left a male victim in critical condition. No other details about the stabbing have been released.
When a missing child alert was issued for her daughters, authorities had described Kellie as armed and dangerous.
**Update** Di’Last Kellie was booked in to the John E. Polk Correctional Facility on an Attempted First Degree Murder warrant. She will have an afternoon IA. Kellie was arrested during an early morning traffic stop in Orlando. Her two daughters were in the vehicle unharmed. pic.twitter.com/a467bNvfI9— Seminole County S.O. (@SeminoleSO) November 15, 2021