FOUND: 7-month-old boy found safe in North Texas, mother in custody

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ENNIS, Texas (KXAN) — An Amber Alert for a 7-month-old boy taken from a home in north Texas Thursday morning was canceled Friday evening, after he was found safe in Parker County, according to Ennis Police.

Police were looking for 20-year-old Faith Reid, the child’s mother, in connection with the abduction.

Photo of Faith Reed (Texas Amber Alert Network)

Police said Friday Reid was in custody on an aggravated assault charge.

Around 10:30 a.m. Thursday, police say Reid and an unknown man entered a home in the 900 block of Shawnee in Ennis without consent. Reid and the man took the child from the home. The 7-month-old’s dad followed the pair out of the house and began to fight with the man. During the altercation, the man pulled out a gun and threatened to shoot the child’s father, police say.

Reid and the man left with the child, driving away in a white Ford F-150 extended cab with an unknown license plate, police say.

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