DOVER, Tenn. (AP) -- Three young brothers have been found after an overnight adventure in the Stewart County woods.
WKRN-TV reported a neighbor spotted 11-year-old Justin Sudbury, 15-year-old Jason Sudbury and 16-year-old Alex Sudbury walking along a road late Thursday morning not far from their home and told them to get into his truck.
The neighbor, Jerry Hairston, said the boys were clueless that the sheriff had set up a command post and people were searching for them around the rural Indian Mound community, between Dover and Clarksville.
The station reported the boys had bow and arrows and had spent the night in the woods. They were walking home because they were tired and hungry.
They had been reported missing when their mother came home from church Wednesday night and the boys were gone.
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