ISP: Search for 2-week old boy ends

ISP: Search for  2-week old boy ends

ISP: Search for 2-week old boy ends

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WHAS11.com

Posted on December 30, 2012 at 5:31 PM

Updated Sunday, Dec 30 at 5:42 PM

SPENCER COUNTY, Ind. (NEWS RELEASE) --   Police have found 2-weeks-old Jacob Alexander Black, after he was taken from his legal guardian’s by his biological mother.

On Saturday, at approximately 1:30 p.m. CST the Santa Claus Police Department responded to 884 W. Shepherd’s Lane, Santa Claus for the report of a possible child abduction and stolen vehicle.  After taking the initial information Santa Claus Police called for assistance from the Indiana State Police.

Preliminary investigation reveals that Jacob’s biological mother, Carrie J. Black, 21, Tell City had gone to her parents, the legal guardians of Jacob, for a supervised visit.  During the visit Carrie was left alone in part of the house with Jacob.  While being left alone, Carrie took Jacob, some of her parent’s credit cards and their tan 1997 Toyota Camry four door and left the area.

Jacob will be turned over to the Child Protection Services.

Carrie and Randy were both arrested and transported to the Spencer County Jail.

The 1997 Toyota and credit cards were also returned.
 

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