The mother of missing two-year-old, Myra Lewis is out of jail.
Ericka Lewis has been sitting in the Madison County jail for over two months on unrelated charges.
She appeared in court Monday morning for a probation hearing, where a judge granted her release.
"I hope some good news comes out of that real soon. This has been one struggle after another." says Gregory Lewis Myra's father
Ericka Lewis was arrested shortly after her two-year-old daughter, Myra went missing.
She's been in the Madison County detention center for the past two and a half months on charges unrelated to Myra's disappearance.
She appeared before a judge Monday morning and was granted a release from jail.
"I really don't want to speculate, I really have no idea. I'm just glad she's coming home." Gregory Lewis tells us
Lewis was released just before 4:00 Monday afternoon.
"The fact of the ruling today is that she will be released from jail and placed back on probation today to continue out the remaining course of her probationary period." says Lewis' attorney, Afram Sellers
Lewis' family says her release is bittersweet.
"Celebration so far, but we still have a ways to go. Trying to get my niece back." says Irene Tyler, Myra's aunt
"I hope some good news comes out of that real soon. This has been one struggle after another." adds Gregory Lewis