Amber Alert Canceled: Baby Kemyra found safe, Ramon Ogletree in - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Amber Alert Canceled: Baby Kemyra found safe, Ramon Ogletree in custody

Kemyra Foust found safe. (Source: Cleveland Police) Kemyra Foust found safe. (Source: Cleveland Police)
Baby was missing from a home on E. 113th Street. (Source: WOIO) Baby was missing from a home on E. 113th Street. (Source: WOIO)
Family members and police carry baby Kemyra back up to the house. (Source: WOIO) Family members and police carry baby Kemyra back up to the house. (Source: WOIO)
Ramon Ogletree, suspect in Amber Alert. (Source: Cleveland Police) Ramon Ogletree, suspect in Amber Alert. (Source: Cleveland Police)
Last mugshot of Ramon Ogletree. (Source: Cuyahoga County Sheriff) Last mugshot of Ramon Ogletree. (Source: Cuyahoga County Sheriff)
Cleveland Police have found missing 6-week-old Kemyra Foust. Around 10:15 a.m. Friday, the baby girl was located safely and the suspect was taken into custody. 

Police say the child's alleged abductor, Ramon Ogletree, 25, returned Kemyra when he found out an Amber Alert had been issued. According to police, Ogletree and Kemyra were in the same neighborhood they lived in the entire time the two were reported missing.

Police issued an Amber Alert just after 6 a.m. Friday. Kemyra was reported missing from 1218 East 113th Street around 3:45 a.m. Police say the baby's mother, Millissa Foust, was visiting Ogletree, her ex-boyfriend, who lives with family on East 113th and overnight, he just walked away with the child. 

"My ex took my daughter. He is very jealous right now 'cause the biological father is in the picture," said Foust. "Ramon wants to have kids. He is not able to. Now that I have a baby, he got attached. Was there for the pregnancy. There at the delivery. With him knowing I am going to Indiana for my kid's birthday. He is like, 'No, you can't take him.' I think that's what triggered him to take Kemyra."

Baby Kemyra was taken to the hospital to be examined. She is reported in good condition. 

Investigators are still trying to figure out what happened. Both police and Foust say Ogletree is known to have mental issues. 

Although Ogletree is not Kemyra's biological father, Police Commander Dennis Hill says he felt he had certain parental rights, saying he "has care and concern for that child and the child's mother."

A key question for police is whether Ogletree had permission to have the child, and so far the answers they're getting don't satisfy them. 

"There are stories that are somewhat similar and then there are conflicting stories. So we're not quite sure if she gave her permission to take the child or not," explained Hill.

This is not his only previous brush with the law; Ogletree has other problems. Court records show there was a warrant out for his arrest for not showing up in court for a previous case. His handcuffing and arrest could be for Friday's Amber Alert, or for the outstanding warrant. His records include four arrests for creating problems and being unruly on RTA buses, a marijuana case, along with receiving stolen property.

There is a lot more that can be gathered about Ogletree through social media. On Facebook, a photo of Kemyra posted in February is his profile picture. Other Facebook shots aren't as tender. He is seen firing up a blunt, posing, flashing hand signals, and in general, looking tough. He lists his schooling as "university of hustlas" and his occupation as being in "management at streets of Cleveland." He also claims to be engaged and there are several pictures of Kemyra's mother posted on his page.

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