Missing West Michigan family found in Wisconsin

Cirigliano family, Anthony, Suzette, Brandon and Noah (Fremont Police)

STEVEN'S POINT, Wis. – The missing Michigan family from Fremont has been found in Wisconsin.

According to WOOD T.V. (NBC affiliate in Grand Rapids), the Cirigliano family was found in Stevens Point, a city about 100 miles west of Green Bay, at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

Officials said that all of the family members had been interviewed, but according to police, the elements of this case do not meet the criteria for protective custody.

Below is an updated Facebook post from Fremont police:

Anthony (Tony), 51, Suzette, 51, Brandon, 19, and Noah, 15, went missing on Oct. 16. Suzette’s mother, who needs full-time care and has dementia, was found walking around their neighborhood at night. Neighbors called the police, and that is when the search for the family began.

Click here for a timeline of events since the family went missing.

Previous coverage: Police look for missing Michigan family of 4; Father was exhibiting ‘paranoid’ behaviors