Baby lacking from Pontiac, believed to be with mom who misplaced custody and man who has historical past of harming him – The Oakland Press
Oakland County Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking help from the public in finding a Pontiac child and returning it to his legal guardian, his maternal grandmother.
The child, Jace Jamison, 6, is reportedly with his birth mother, DaJanaye Jamison, 22. Jamison’s mother is the child’s legal guardian and Jamison refuses to return him to her, the sheriff’s office said.
The grandmother is particularly concerned about the child’s safety after learning that her daughter was in the company of Dorian Glenn (24), who is believed to be Jace’s biological father. Glenn sat in the Oakland County Jail for 150 days for molesting the child when he was 18 months, the sheriff’s office said. Detectives are also concerned about Jace’s safety because of Glenn’s history.
On August 27, the grandmother announced to detectives that she had allowed Jamison to visit the child as before, and Jamison left in a dark truck with an unknown friend and the child. The grandmother told the detectives she spoke to the mother on the phone that day and the mother refused to give Jace back and said he was her child, according to the sheriff’s office.
The grandmother was granted full custody of the child by Oakland County’s probate judge Kathleen Ryan in May for failure to comply with court orders regarding his care, the sheriff’s office said. Detectives have contacted several of Jamison’s family members and checked several places where she is known but failed to find her or Jace, the sheriff’s office said.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jace or DaJanaye Jamison is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 248-858-4911.