Former NFL player Daniel Muir and his wife, Kristin Muir, have been charged after allegedly hiding their teenage son from authorities following abuse allegations.

Bryson Muir, 14, was found safe Wednesday morning after Indiana State Police and local authorities executed search warrants on the family’s home in Logansport. Bryson was last seen leaving his grandmother’s home in Ohio on June 16.

Daniel Muir faces charges of obstruction of justice and domestic battery, while Kristin Muir is charged with obstruction. Kristin’s mother, Cheryl Wright, told NBC affiliate WTHR that she noticed Bryson had a black eye, split lip, and swollen face when he was in her care. She reported the injuries to local police after the parents picked Bryson up, and he disappeared from their vehicle soon after.

Former NFL Player Charged with Domestic Battery After Missing Son Found Safe
The NFL player allegedly gave his son, Bryson Muir, a black eye

Indiana State Police began assisting in the investigation on June 18. Although the Muirs agreed to a meeting with Bryson, they failed to bring him to meet investigators, leading to a silver alert being issued on Sunday.

Bryson is now in the custody of Cass County Department of Child Services and appeared “safe and well,” state police said. Court records for Daniel and Kristin Muir are not immediately available, and it is unclear if they have retained an attorney.

Daniel Muir, a former NFL defensive tackle, played for multiple teams from 2007 to 2014. According to his ESPN profile, he was signed to the Indianapolis Colts for four seasons. Muir gave motivational speeches after retirement, The Indianapolis Star reported.