Monday, March 9, 2015

Custodial dad stabs mom's new boyfriend, takes off with 1-year-old son; who gave this violent father custody? (San Pedro, California)

Of course the media doesn't even bother to ask why a violent father who stabbed the mother's new boyfriend would have been granted custody of an infant, now just 1-year of age.

Mother is so beaten down by the system that she is swearing not to call the police, if only the kidnapper daddy will call her and let her know the baby is okay.

This is the triumph of fathers rights, folks. Mothers groveling. Abusive, entitled fathers getting worse and worse.


CHP Issues Amber Alert For 1-Year-Old Boy Taken From San Pedro
March 9, 2015 6:00 PM

SAN PEDRO ( — A statewide Amber Alert was issued Monday for a 1-year-old boy who authorities suspect was taken by a 37-year-old man.

The missing child, a Hispanic male, was identified by the California Highway Patrol as Jayden Santiago. Authorities believe Santiago was taken at 1:30 a.m. Monday in San Pedro.

The CHP identified the child abduction suspect as Giovany Santiago-Enriquez, who they say may be driving a 2006 gray Nissan Altima with a California license plate of 5UCF010.

Santiago-Enriquez is the child’s father and has legal custody. However, he is accused of stabbing his former girlfriend’s boyfriend early Monday morning.

“Just bring him back. Just please bring him safe, at least keep him safe. Call me. I won’t even call the cops. Like, I won’t,” Christy Martinez, the child’s mother, said. “I just want to know he’s OK.”

The child weighs 26 pounds and was wearing a brown and green onesie with black and white Nike shoes. Santiago-Enriquez is 5-foot-8 and weighs 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black beanie, black sweater, and gray and black Nike shoes.

Authorities said the man is to be considered armed and dangerous and should be approached with caution. He may be traveling to known contacts in Mexico or the state of Washington, authorities said.

Anyone with information as to their whereabouts was asked to dial 911 to report possible sightings or the Los Angeles Police Department Harbor Division at (310) 726-7700.