Thursday, April 14, 2011
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LAWRENCEVILLE — A 2-month-old Tucker boy has turned up safe at his grandparent’s home in west Georgia after alerts were issued by authorities Wednesday night, police said.
Gwinnett police spokesman Cpl. Edwin Ritter reported just after midnight that Andy Zoel Campos was found in good health in Luthersville. The boy was located with assistance from the Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office, Ritter said.
Absent from the home was the boy’s father and alleged abductor, Harold “Jose” Caceras, 21. He remains at large and is facing, at minimum, charges of interference with custody, Ritter said.
Authorities issued a Levi’s Call late Wednesday after the child’s mother, Yesenia Campos, 24, reported that Caceras snatched the baby from her arms at the Carrington Chase Apartments, located near Tucker in southern Gwinnett County.
Caceras, the mother’s estranged boyfriend, told Campos “he’s going to make her suffer” and left with the child in a green Honda Accord with Georgia tag number BMX7810, Ritter said.
Police said Wednesday they aren’t sure where Caceras lives. He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap, black T-shirt and pants, a silver necklace and Nike shoes.
Caceras stands 5 feet 4 inches tall and weights 130 pounds, police said.