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Mother and father accused of kidnapping their own children and taking them down to Cuba are back here in the United States and behind bars.
It's the latest in the case that -- to become an international incident here's the back story -- two kids living with their maternal grandparents near Tampa.
They're just four in two years old.
Now hours after he lost custody of his sons last week investigators say the father broke into his mother in law's house tied her up.
It took the children.
He and his wife that apparently sailed to Havana more than 300 miles.
Of course the US does not have formal extradition agreement with Cuba but late last night Cuban authorities sent the family back to Florida and early this morning the cops were waiting.
Steve Harrigan with more from our South Florida newsroom -- where -- things stand now Steve.
-- that FBI playing with all for family members and the family dog arrived at 1:30 AM at Tampa International Airport.
But the parents were kept separate from their two children age four and two they were handcuffed taken to jail in Florida we're gonna see them tomorrow morning.
At 8:30 AM in court they face a series of charges including kidnapping as for the two boys in the talk.
They've been reunited with their maternal grand parents who have had a heck of a week.
After being tied up by their son in law and then watching their two grandchildren dragged away and their pajamas and waiting a week for their recovery.
Right now we're just looking forward.
City getting firearms and hunting and being -- -- them getting and getting them home where they'll be safe again.
The hockey and parents originally lost custody.
Of their two children last summer that's when police in a bizarre incidents on the family inside a Louisiana hotel room.
As well as guns and the father talking about pending Armageddon -- Cuba's getting a lot of love from US officials over their handling -- -- A rare instance of US officials praising the cooperation from the Cubans that.
At 27 foot sailboat docked in the Hemingway marina just west of Havana Cuban agents kept an eye on it but that immediately take the family.
In for custody as you mentioned there's no extradition treaty so this was really a rapid case of cooperation by the Cubans.
There's about seven the other US fugitives on Cuban soil currently but some of those considered by the Cuban government to be victims of political repression.
-- Steve Harrigan in our South Florida newsroom this afternoon.
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