Police are currently searching for a Brooklyn mother who violated a court order by taking her 4-year-old son from his North Carolina home over two weeks ago. As of Sunday, authorities are still on the lookout for the mother and child.
Police report that Jozlynn Parker, a 28-year-old woman, traveled to North Carolina on October 21 to visit her son Taiden Baker, whom she did not have formal custody of. However, Parker left with the child despite this fact. Authorities last spotted them together on Wednesday near 338 Chester St. in Brownsville.
The authorities have released images of a mother and her son and are seeking the public’s help in locating them. The little boy, Taiden, is 3 feet tall, weighs approximately 35 pounds, and has long black hair and brown eyes.
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