Amber Alert canceled after 1-month-old dropped off at hospital; Cleveland police still looking for suspect

Amber Alert canceled after 1-month-old dropped off at hospital; Cleveland police still looking for suspect
Ronald Davis

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Amber Alert issued by Cleveland police for a 1-month-old girl has been canceled.

The baby was dropped off unharmed by a family member of the suspect and has been reunited with their mother, Cuyahoga Emergency Communications Systems confirms.

According to police, Ronald Davis, the child’s biological father, broke into Taniasha May’s home on Central Avenue shortly before 1 p.m. He allegedly beat her and then forcibly took 1-month-old Raniyah May.

Amber Alert canceled after 1-month-old dropped off at hospital; Cleveland police still looking for s

Davis, then fled in the victim’s vehicle, Cleveland police say. He was last seen in the 2400 block of East 37th Street.

Amber Alert issued for missing 1-month-old baby girl in Cleveland

Davis, 28, is an African-American male, is approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. He was last seen wearing a blue hooded-sweatshirt with white stripes, gray sweatpants, and black and orange tennis shoes.

He is believed to be driving a 2010 Chevy Malibu with Ohio license plate tags HKY 3562.

Davis is known to carry weapons. Police say he made threats at the scene to shoot up the house.

Anybody with information regarding the Amber Alert is urged to contact the Cleveland Police Department immediately.

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