Peter and Stephanie were taken into custody at their home Monday morning.
After Peter was arrested last year on the charges of torturing his wife, Stephanie took their 2-year-old son to the home of her parents, Thomas and Kathleen Hofeller, in Arlington, Va.
Stephanie's parents were awarded permanent custody of their grandson in December.
Their lawyer, Barbra Utt, called the Jackson Sheriff's Department Monday morning to report that Stephanie had taken the boy from her parents' home. The Hofellers suspected she had taken the child to Jackson County to be with Peter and said they didn't want him to be around the child.
When deputies went to the home with a search warrant, Peter allegedly told them neither Stephanie nor the boy was there. He said he hadn't seen them in some time, according to a criminal complaint.
Then they heard a child crying inside.
They found Stephanie and the boy in a back bedroom. The boy was taken into Child Protective Services' custody and later turned over to his grandparents.
The initial allegations against Peter came out last July when Stephanie went to a women's shelter in Parkersburg.
Another woman at the shelter told authorities that Stephanie told her Peter kept her chained in their home, and that he'd struck her with a piece of farm equipment and with a hot frying pan.
She also said Stephanie told her that Peter once struck her and caused her to miscarry a child, and later forced her to deliver their living son while in chains.
Stephanie vehemently denied those claims in interviews with the Daily Mail, saying her husband never abused her or held her against her will.
She was upset that the two "most tragic" and "most beautiful" events in her life were turned into an "international mockery and scandal and crime."
Vandals have targeted the Lizons in the recent past, Hissam said. In 2009, Peter discovered that someone had shot a dead end sign he had placed on a fence post.The vandals also placed a hateful message on the sign calling Peter a "communist" and a "wife beater." The message also contained the words "Go back to the motherland."