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UncannyTarotSpread t1_j1bat83 wrote

Thank everything he was found and safe.


TheLegendsClub t1_j1bdy0y wrote

Especially considering the weather the Midwest is going to be seeing over the next few days. An infant is not going to last long in a 2 degree F car


alex3omg t1_j1c5s2r wrote

I wonder if he'd had a meal or a diaper change since he was taken on Monday night. That's a long time, hopefully he wasn't just strapped into the seat the entire time. Poor little guy. Glad he's at the hospital and his parents are with him.


FuzzyKittenIsFuzzy t1_j1c9d5g wrote

He is pictured awake/conscious so he must have been given liquids during the three days. Hopefully he wasn't neglected and the suspect just wanted to play mommy for a while.


KStarSparkleDust t1_j1dttec wrote

Updates say they believe he was in the car for the two days. His kidnapper was staying in a crackhouse. The women who found her reported on TikTok that she told them she was high on Percocet the morning she was arrested.


pichael288 t1_j1cbh0j wrote

I live in the area. It wasn't ridiculously cold that night, but still cold enough to kill a baby. The other one was left in the airport parking lot I believe. The amber alert didn't go untill like 3am, like 5 hours after it happened. They were really behind on this one, usually they are on it. About the only thing the cops are ever on here.


bunnylover726 t1_j1d22d6 wrote

One twin was left in an airport parking lot in Dayton and the other was found in Indianapolis. Those cities aren't super far apart (2 hour drive), but still that's a long way apart when looking for a lost child.


Sexy_Senior t1_j1f7apc wrote

The family said that the first baby seemed as if he had been fed when they found him. There were some supplies in the car when it was taken. Unfortunately, it does sound like he was in the car the whole time. I'm just glad he's safe as a local myself. Everyone was so worried about her dropping the baby somewhere and not telling anyone.


Ftpini t1_j1d1px3 wrote

It’d have been so much worse. Columbus is at -5f with a -29f wind chill. It’s horrible out there right now.


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Izitabeee t1_j1bcwhy wrote

This is the second one--they are both found and safe now.


GlowUpper t1_j1eoyhb wrote

Thanks, this was my very thought. "Wait, is this the second one or just delayed news on the one they already found?" That's for putting my mind at ease.


AaronfromCalifornia t1_j1bdl7d wrote

One of the twins (Kyair) was found Tuesday, but now they have found his brother Kason.


Hm_Maybe_ t1_j1c8hvr wrote

Since I am part of everything, I will say you're most welcome, and I will thank you as part of everything too.


TheClayroo t1_j1bckkx wrote

Oh that's great news. No judgment to the mom. If you're doing Door Dash with your kids I know you're desperate and stuck, and doing it for them. She'll never do it again.


omgmypony t1_j1bv1ae wrote

I feel so bad for all the hate she’s getting. You don’t Door Dash with your twin babies because you want to. Her support system wasn’t there for her.


HowDareUu t1_j1d3ds8 wrote

Same people bitching about her leaving kids in the car would be the same people bitching that she’s on welfare and not working. It’s a no-win situation for her. Hopefully this is a blessing in disguise and helps her land solid employment. She’s obviously a hard worker and dedicated mom.


chuldana t1_j1d60xh wrote

Either way, society shits on you. I wish we could collectively agree that help first is the way to go. If you see a kid is wearing dirty clothes - instead of saying how shitty the parents are, how about help the kid and the parents by providing new clothes asking if they need laundry help. Instead of yelling at moms who leave their X years old home alone, provide free childcare somewhere because I doubt she wants to work 9 hours for 6 of those hours to go to childcare much less chose to leave the kid if she didn't have to. We have collectively forgotten what a society is for because everyone is so selfish.


VerticalYea t1_j1f1gjs wrote

A lot of us have chosen not to have kids because it is too expensive. So it is a little frustrating to see people just Leeroy Jenkins their way into parenthood and then expect everyone else to pay for the kids.


gointothiscloset t1_j1fjss1 wrote

Sometimes people have kids first and then things fall apart.

Other times, for example in Ohio, they literally can't access abortion.


VerticalYea t1_j1fl4mw wrote

That's fair. Religious extremists have messed things up pretty badly.


Aloil t1_j1czgw7 wrote

Pretty sure child services is about to get involved if they aren't already


sirthunksalot t1_j1bf12g wrote

She could have locked her doors.


reallyoldgreg t1_j1bfcog wrote

Everything is clear on what she could’ve done differently in hindsight.


gmoneygangster3 t1_j1c4yyq wrote

remember don’t hold anyone accountable for their actions because they had something bad happen to them


KulaanDoDinok t1_j1cgl2d wrote

How about making the world a place that people don’t have to/want to steal other people’s cars, rather than blame the victim of a crime?


madmax77xll t1_j1bnzql wrote

You can't lock old car doors without turning it off. Can't turn it off with kids in it.


ThePhysicistIsIn t1_j1c7sjj wrote

God to me an “old car” is one without remote starters where you can do whatever the fuck you want because there are no electronics save the radio/cassette player. I’m old.


A_Chinchilla t1_j1cjqw9 wrote

That's my car, it's older than some of my coworkers, and I'm keeping this thing till it stops running


sirthunksalot t1_j1bo8wa wrote

Yes you can I used to do it all the time. You just need a second key.


upvoatsforall t1_j1bpsyg wrote

Lots of vehicles have overrides. My 2009 Toyota would not allow you to lock it from the outside while running. It would lock and then immediately reopen.


bannana t1_j1bs3gi wrote

you might but my car sure doesnt


bannana t1_j1brzzl wrote

i cant lock my doors with the key in the ignition


overlordpotatoe t1_j1cla58 wrote

Maybe, but it's one of those things that most people would think nothing of until something like this happens to them. She was doing Door Dash, so I assume she was close to the vehicle and gone for a very short period of time.


JohnMarstonSucks t1_j1bb5wg wrote

I really needed to hear this tonight


mizmoxiev t1_j1bdpkp wrote

Found in a Papa John's in Indianapolis

I really needed to hear this, as well

Cheers to you :-)


cocomooose t1_j1bkcqc wrote

I dreamt last night that I birthed twin babies and woke up incredibly sad, thinking about this case. So relieved he was found safe


financequestionsacct t1_j1c2eis wrote

I once dreamt I was pregnant with a baby boy and he'd be born in winter and come home in a Christmas stocking. I found out the next week I was pregnant with a boy and due Christmas, and sure enough the hospital put him in a sweet little red stocking. So maybe twins are in your future! Wishing you the best of luck for whichever outcome you'd prefer.


beigs t1_j1d9a3v wrote

I used to have those dreams too - I now have my 3 boys. Never once dreamed of having a girl.


MitsyEyedMourning t1_j1bghxg wrote

Grown ass man tearing up. So happy for the mother and family, really makes the holiday. Kudos to all the police, agents and everyone else who hunted them out.


MagicalJunicorn t1_j1bq21u wrote

Grown ass men are allowed to have emotions and cry.


3rdeyeopenwide t1_j1cws4a wrote

AND we’re allowed to cry for reasons we don’t fully understand. This baby story does not make me cry. I’m happy reading this but not moved to tears happy. I cry streams of tears when videos surface of children’s reading their adoption papers to their new parents. I cry a single tear at the end result of those stray dog rehab videos. Content is emotionally charged differently for different people. For me it’s gratitude because maybe I feel like that’s missing from my own life. Big displays of gratitude rip me open. Normalize men understanding and allowing their emotions to breathe.


Pseudonym0101 t1_j1e44cs wrote

The video where they surprise the dad with special glasses that let him see color for the first time was amazing in this way. Also videos of hearing impaired babies getting hearing aids for the first time.


beanjuiced t1_j1c7n2o wrote

Could you imagine hopping into a running car thinking it was an easy steal and finding out you also snagged two babies?! I can’t believe she seemingly just dropped one off at the airport? Like what the fuck?? Then drove around for 3 days with the other?!?! This is SUCH a strange story.


fabulousphotos t1_j1cacyx wrote

My parents think it’s suspicious too. I’m just glad they’re safe


Pseudonym0101 t1_j1e4989 wrote

Suspicious in what way


CinemaAudioNovice t1_j1e7qn7 wrote

They kept one baby longer for some reason, why?


Pseudonym0101 t1_j1e8y4s wrote

Just curious what the suspicion would be. What would keeping one baby longer mean?


MotherSpirit t1_j1ekea7 wrote

Wanting to kidnap it. Or find a way to sell it to some desperate unaware family.


beanjuiced t1_j1dq1et wrote

Same!! Gosh darn Christmas miracle right there!


mokutou t1_j1f2bud wrote

There is something strange (to say the least) about a woman who randomly opts to jack a vehicle, act weirdly in gas stations while asking for money, then wind up in another state in a crack den. She is likely mentally ill with deep substance abuse issues. Trying to assign reason to her actions is probably going to be disappointing.


LuckyandBrownie t1_j1bcay5 wrote

What is in the safe OP? Don't leave us hanging.


Polymersion t1_j1bhkpv wrote

I left this thread, scrolled a minute, got the joke and came back here to upvote.


GoofAckYoorsElf t1_j1f4o0g wrote

Ah dammit! Thought I was the first one to think of that. Of course, Reddit was faster...


Almostdonehere74 OP t1_j1bp90h wrote

I've been checking for updates a few times a day. Was really hoping for a happy ending to this. I am so glad he was recovered safe.


KStarSparkleDust t1_j1dui51 wrote

Look up the TikTok videos from the women who got the lady arrested and later found the baby too. Seems like Indy police really dropped the ball. They practically had to beg the police to arrest her. Called and reported her location (and on going crimes) repeatedly with no response. Finally had to swerve on the highway to get pulled over with her. Then had to wave a phone infront of the police’s face with the Amber Alert on it. At one point the woman asked “what do we need to do to get her arrested. Do I need to bring her to the police station at gun point”.

Absolutely wild the amount of work it took to get a police response to the abductor in an active Amber Alert.


Smarterthanthat t1_j1d1yua wrote

Wonder if there's a gofundme to help her get appropriate childcare. Poor young woman, just doing the best she can, I'm sure...


Almostdonehere74 OP t1_j1d2gj0 wrote

What a sweet thought! I hope someone that she knows thinks to do that for her. It has saddened me to see so many people dragging her for what happened. There is a lot of apparently perfect parents out there, judging by the dragging that she's been taking.


mewehesheflee t1_j1baty0 wrote

This is such wonderful news. I know the parents must be relieved.


Canadian_Pacer t1_j1bm1ws wrote

Omfg, thank god, i was really emotionally invested in this outcome!


Bodycount9 t1_j1ch223 wrote

What is really amazing is if I read the story correctly, the baby was in the car at the papa johns parking lot for two days and still survived. I didn't read that in this new story, it was another story about this.


meatball77 t1_j1cpoft wrote

I can't see how that could be with them saying the baby is just fine and is just being taken to the hospital to be checked out. A toddler strapped into a car seat for two days wouldn't be just fine and only need to be monitored, it would need medical attention.


Bodycount9 t1_j1crj6x wrote

>Indianapolis police told WXIN/WTTV that the missing car had been parked in a Papa John’s parking lot for around two days with Kason inside. Officers were eating at a nearby restaurant Thursday evening when a woman ran in to tell them there was a baby in the car.


Sudden_One_3623 t1_j1bz990 wrote

I literally let out a huge sigh of relief when I read the headline


kirbygay t1_j1c1d0c wrote

Oh the relief. So happy the precious baby is home safe for Christmas


routerg0d t1_j1ctmia wrote

Wow. Christmas Miracle. I was worried she dumped him somewhere and this cold would get him.


ElluxFuror t1_j1bv1on wrote

What a clear and complete positive title! Refreshing.


KarthusWins t1_j1cdxut wrote

There is no way that the thief changed that baby's diaper during this period of time...


Bodycount9 t1_j1ejs8z wrote

I'm sure the mother will gladly take care of the rash that formed in return of getting her baby back.


ripyourlungsdave t1_j1d2ftq wrote

I hadn't even heard about this child going missing and my heart still jumped for Joy when I read this headline.


Ohnonotuto4 t1_j1bmeqh wrote

So, where we all holding our breath. Thank god or whoever you pray to….


Punawild t1_j1bwgxs wrote

Oh wow, for once good news!


easilyamusedpangolin t1_j1dndpp wrote

Seeing the baby snuggling in the arms of the policeman. Seeing the baby safe and held and warm and found, brought a tear. Not gonna to lie.


mokutou t1_j1e8w2v wrote

I actually breathed a sigh of relief. I was terrified that the poor baby had died from neglect or worse.


wtwwc t1_j1eyjqz wrote

In time for Christmas. I hope the family heals from this trauma without too much trouble


pumpkinpatch1982 t1_j1fwqac wrote

that family is getting the best news right before Christmas.


Ryrienatwo t1_j1i0yv9 wrote

Thank goodness, both children were found safe.


deadbeat95 t1_j1do4pu wrote

So what was in the safe?


x0rn t1_j1dlm3m wrote

Ohio so bad the infants walking out.