A week after being kidnapped from a children's service agency, eight siblings—seven boys named Nephra Payne and a baby girl named Nefertiti Payne—were found in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania yesterday. The children had been taken by their biological parents, Shanel Nadal and Nephra Payne, during Nadal's supervised visit with the kids. A tip led the NYPD to Pennsylvania.

According to WHP, "Nadal and Payne spent the days since last Wednesday driving to South Carolina, and then back to Harrisburg where Payne has family." The couple had been living in a van with the kids, ages 11 months to 11 years. The NYPD tracked them down the Nadal, 28, and Payne, 34, were taken into custody. This morning, Nadal was arraigned on $200,000 bail this morning and has an extradition hearing. WHP adds, "Payne was reportedly taken to the hospital, but there's no word as to why."

According to the Daily News, the children were found in "good condition" and placed back with the Administration for Children's Services. The foster mother of one of the children had said that Nadal appeared to be planning to take her children back for a while, "I guess she was desperate and looked for any opening."