Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- The Syracuse woman police say violated a family court order and took off with her four-year-old son has been arrested.
Police located Teeohmbaye Ince and the little boy hiding in a bedroom closet at her mother's house on West Lafayette Avenue.
The boy was found safe and health, police said, and has since been returned to his father.
Ince was arrested on March 7.
Police seeking mom who violated court order and took off with 4-year-old son
January 11, 2012
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Police are looking for a Syracuse woman who disappeared with her son this past November. A second warrant has just been issued for her arrest.
Police say 30-year-old Teeohmbaye Ince ignored a family court order to return her young son to his father, who has full custody of the child. Ince and her son haven’t been seen in months and the boy’s father is very worried because four-year-old Tyrese has a medical condition.
According to Syracuse Police Sergeant Tom Connellan, the boy hasn’t been to his doctor in months.
“We deal with a lot of custodial interference, but this is a little more agitated by the fact this child has medical issues, and the mother now has two warrants,” said Sgt. Connellan. “Detectives have followed numerous leads to find out where she is, but we have not been able to track her down.”
The second warrant for custodial interference was just issued by a city court judge.
“We're confident if people take a look at her picture, people see the child, and see them together, if they are still in the Syracuse area, your viewers will be able to call us out and tell us where she is,” Sgt. Connellan continued.
Teeohmbaye Ince is five-foot-eight and weighs 150 pounds. Her last known address was on the south side of the city. If you have any information on Ince’s whereabouts, call 442-5230.