Joshua Robert Martinez, Erika Irene Allison, and Psymon J. Kelly were found safe in New Mexico

A Kingman family who had been reported missing after failing to return from a 7 - 10 day camping trip in Arizona were found safe.

According to The News & Observer,

A family was found safe Monday, October 4, 2021, after they were missing for weeks from a camping trip, Arizona police said.

Erika Irene Allison, 36, and Joshua Robert Martinez, 30, planned to take their 17-year-old son, Psymon J. Kelly, camping for seven to 10 days starting Sept. 11, the Kingman Police Department said.

On Monday, they were found alive and well in New Mexico, police said. Authorities did not say how they found the family or what they were doing in New Mexico.

“Their location and condition were confirmed by a local law enforcement agency in New Mexico,” police said. “They have been removed from (the National Crime Information Center.)”

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