In a worrying turn of events, a Brooklyn mother has found herself in the crosshairs of law enforcement after allegedly violating a court order by taking her 4-year-old son from his North Carolina home over two weeks ago.
The sequence of events leading up to this incident began on October 21 when Parker, despite not possessing formal custody of young Taiden, made the journey from Brooklyn to North Carolina to visit her son.
However, instead of a mere visit, she took the child with her, defying the court order and leaving a trail of concern in her wake.
The last confirmed sighting of Parker and Taiden occurred on Wednesday, in close proximity to 338 Chester St. in Brownsville. Since then, their whereabouts remain a mystery, heightening the urgency of the situation.
In an effort to aid the search, the police have released pictures of both Jozlynn Parker and her son Taiden. Taiden is described as a 4-year-old with brown eyes and long black hair, weighing around 35 pounds and standing at a height of 3 feet.
Police say the cooperation of the public could prove instrumental in reuniting Taiden with his legal guardians and ensuring his well-being.