Missing two-month-old baby last seen in OK City Found

Update:  8/4/13 –  The baby has been found after he was dropped off at a Dallas hospital.  The authorities are still searching for the parents.

 A relative of Jacob Dominguez carried the little boy into the medical center following negotiations with Oklahoma police, authorities said. Police still don’t know the whereabouts of the child’s parents.
“Members of the child’s family contacted us, and through a lot of telephone conversations we were able to talk family members into basically taking the child and turning him into a hospital,” Oklahoma City police Lt. Arthur Gregory told the Daily News.

Previous story:  The search is on for a 2-month-old baby boy from Oklahoma City.

The baby was brought into the hospital last Tuesday when he was found to be unresponsive.  The paramedics were called to the Roadway Inn and Suites on S. Rockwell Avenue in Oklahoma City where the boy was staying with his assumed parents.

Police showed up a few minutes later after being called on a welfare check.  The police report stated that there was not signs of abuse and the baby woke up and seemed fine. 

Sometime during treatment for the baby, the parents took him and left, but sometime later the hospital discovered that the child had sustained some type of abuse. 

The authorities want to check the welfare of the child especially since this appears to be the second time this has happened, as police were called to the Rodeway Inn and Suite on July 31. 

The boy’s father, Michael Dominquez told Children’s Hospital that the baby’s name was Jacob and he was born on May 14, 2013, but the hospital has found that most of the information he gave them was not true.

The only photo they have of Jacob is the one that a surveillance camera took when he was being brought in with his assumed mother on a gurney. 

Authorities do know that Jacob and his assumed parents were last seen deriving a red Ford F-150.  The truck has Texas plates and a sticker on the back window that reads “Boss.”

If you have any information, please call 911.   OK City Police Dept. release

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