The disappearance of three week old Mia Graci Thompson caused quite the scare for parents, like Prindiville, in the community.
Even though a suspect is in custody, she says she'll think twice before letting her kids out of sight.
"Some things like this just don't happen you know? We let the kids run around, and I don't think I'll be doing that for a while," said Prindiville, a mother of two.
Prindiville is used to streets filled with kids coming from school or playing in the yard. But Thursday, those streets were empty.
"I think all families should be careful. In this time and age, you don't know what can happen. So you should watch your kids," said Stark County sheriff Jimmie Dison.
The baby was missing for nearly twelve hours. To Prindiville, it seemed like forever had passed since word spread that the toddler was missing. She went to her kids immediately. She can't imagine what would happen if she couldn't find her children.
"A baby was taken in a small town that everybody knows everybody, and we don't know who came and took the baby. So it's scary," she said.