HOUSTON (AP) -- A Texas boy who was kidnapped as a baby will be reunited with his siblings.
A judge in Houston ruled Wednesday that 8-year-old Miguel Morin should be removed from foster care and given to a couple caring for his four siblings. The boy has been in foster care since authorities found him in March living in East Texas with his former baby sitter.
Child Protective Services officials say their goal remains to eventually have Miguel live with his real parents but more review is needed.
Meanwhile, Miguel is expected to reunite with his siblings by Friday after paperwork is completed. Another couple has been taking care of them under an agreement with the parents.
The boy's former baby sitter and her mother are charged with kidnapping. Kidnapped Texas boy to be reunited with family
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