This photo provided by the Pasco Sheriff's Office shows Kristopher Dohm in a booking photo Thursday, March 19, 2015, in Pasco County, Florida, after he was arrested when authorities found him with his 8- and 7-year-old sons, who were reported missing by their mother Feb. 9. The two New Jersey boys at the center of a custody dispute were unharmed when authorities found them with Dohm and his friend, Edward Tarras Jr., a fugitive, wanted in Tennessee on sex charges, investigators say. (AP Photo/Pasco Sheriff's Office)(The Associated Press)
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This photo provided by the Pasco Sheriff's Office shows Edward Tarras Jr., in a booking photo Thursday, March 19, 2015, in Pasco County, Florida. Tarras, a fugitive wanted in Tennessee on sex charges, was arrested when authorities found him late Wednesday with Kristopher Dohm and Dohm's 8- and 7-year-old sons, who were at the center of a custody dispute. Investigators say the two New Jersey boys, who were reported missing by their mother Feb. 9, were unharmed when they were found. (AP Photo/Pasco Sheriff's Office)(The Associated Press)
NEWTON, N.J. – Authorities say two New Jersey boys at the center of a custody dispute have been found unharmed in Florida with their father along with a Tennessee fugitive wanted on sex charges.
The Sussex County prosecutor says Kristopher Dohm was found with his sons at the Royal Palm Inn in New Port Richey, Florida, on Wednesday. He was arrested on charges of interference with custody and unlawful flight.
Authorities say he was with Edward Tarras Jr., who is wanted in Tennessee where police say he cut off a tracking bracelet in August. Tarras faces numerous sex-related charges including sexual exploitation of a minor.
Authorities say Dohm left New Jersey in February with his 8 and 7-year-old sons in violation of a custody agreement.
It was unclear if the men had lawyers.
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