Photos: Police take care of kidnapped girl

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Barely big enough to see over the table, Rebecca Lewis colored with officers.

With a juice box and teddy bear by her side, the 4-year-old is finally safe.

Her grandmother - full of emotion- anxiously waited for this moment.

"I'm so numb. I went from anger to love to hate back to love to hate," Oma Mae Lewis told reporters.

Authorities said West Wild Hogs kidnapped little Rebecca Saturday morning from her home in Polk County, Florida.

The sheriff said he got word Sunday night, an East Tennessee Ranger spotted the two and alerted the TBI.

"The state of Tennessee chose not to do an Amber Alert when we asked them to," said Sheriff Grady Judd.

The TBI sent out a BOLO Alert to law enforcement but reportedly refused to send an Amber Alert until it got more information.

The agency said they eventually sent one out in East Tennessee Monday morning then statewide when it confirmed Hogs used his bank card in Nashville.

The TBI said it followed state policy, waiting to send an Amber Alert until there was a verified sighting.

An hour after the alert was sent out, a nurse at Baptist East spotted the two.

Hogs was arrested in the parking lot and now is in FBI custody.

Police said Rebecca was not harmed.

It's still unclear why the two were at the hospital.