Amber Alert canceled: Baby taken from Trumbull Co. home found safe

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WARREN, Ohio (WDTN) – An Amber Alert has been canceled for an infant taken from a Trumbull County home on Thursday afternoon.

WKBN reports that the boy has been found safe – his grandmother, James’ mother, turned him over.

Two-month-old Jasper Stennett, described as a white boy with blonde hair and blue eyes, was last seen wearing a yellow shirt and blue and yellow pants.

He was taken just before 1:30 p.m. at a house on Hazelwood Avenue by 20-year-old James Stennett.

Stennett is now facing charges of domestic violence and interference with custody in Warren Municipal Court.

“I heard the girl screaming for me to call the police. So I went over and I stood at the door and I went to see what was going on. He threw a vase in the house and, I don’t know, she hit him in the face. He choked her and he took a bag of stuff and he threw it outside the door, and he told her he was trying to throw her out of the house and he told her she wasn’t taking the baby. The baby was in the house screaming,” said neighbor Kathy Eckenrod.

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