6-week-old child in custody of Youngsters and Household Providers following earlier Amber Alert in Cleveland

CLEVELAND (WOIO) – An amber alert issued by the City of Cleveland just before 4 a.m. on Wednesday for a abducted six-week-old baby has been canceled.

The baby was found in Youngstown. According to an update from Cleveland Police Department on Wednesday afternoon, the boy was brought into the care of Child and Family Services in good health.

He was reportedly picked up at around 10 p.m. Tuesday by a family friend identified as a 23-year-old.

According to Cleveland Police, the boy’s mother reported that she was involved in an argument with the suspect and was attacked by the suspect, who then drove away with the child.

According to police, the victim picked up the suspect from Youngstown and drove to Cleveland for court purposes. The boy was in the back of the vehicle at this point.

The victim drove the suspect to a house on 1300 block on 87th Street so they could meet with a man, police said. The suspect drove the vehicle and reversed into a parked vehicle; she then drove away.

The suspect and the victim, the boy’s mother, started arguing when the victim said she would call the police to report the accident. According to a Cleveland Police Department report, the suspect said, “So you’re calling the police about me? Do you want to whistle on me? “

The suspect then got off the driver’s seat and had the victim drive the car into the parking lot of a dollar store. Then she started beating the victim; When the victim got out of the car, the suspect drove away with Cannon in the back seat.

Police provided a photo of the baby being held by Cleveland Patrol Officer Hassan Ali after the recovery:

Officer holds baby(Source: Cleveland Police)

Cleveland Police said there were no arrests related to the case and prosecutors will be reviewing him for possible charges.

Police said the investigation is still ongoing because of conflicting evidence.

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