Missing two-month-old found safe


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An AMBER Alert had been issued after the father of the baby allegedly grabbed two-month-old Davion Dunn out of a car Wednesday morning in Pleasanton. The father and uncle of the baby turned themselves in to police in Antioch.

Authorities say there was a violent confrontation between the father and the mother of the baby. It happened at the intersection of Holland and Payne in Pleasanton. The father's car drove off south on Hopyard Road near the 580-680 interchange.

They're not releasing much information about the baby's mother because they say she's a juvenile.

"We received a call from a resident, and the resident was reporting a disturbance of a woman crying over off of Holland and Payne," Pleasanton Police Lt. Mark Senkle.

Responding officers found the baby's mother and her two friends near their car. Police say they were all on their way to a friend's house when they spotted the baby's father, 18-year-old Daminate Dunn and his 21-year-old brother Kelandre Dunn of Richmond waiting outside for them in a car. There was a short chase and when the mother and her friends stopped their car, the young men jumped out, blocking them, and then it turned violent.

"The mother of the child and one of passengers in the vehicle were assaulted. The child was forcibly removed from a child seat, and according to a description that we received, pretty violently dragged into the suspect's car," said Lt. Senkle.

Police are looking into the motive for the abduction, but believe it may stem from an ongoing domestic dispute. The mother had previously filed a restraining order on the father.

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