Missing 2-month-old taken by non-custodial parents, police say

Baby Cobain Reidmiller, Kelly Schmid, Clint Reidmiller
Baby Cobain Reidmiller, Kelly Schmid, Clint Reidmiller(Harrison police)
Updated: Dec. 6, 2018 at 3:52 PM EST
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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Police have issued a statewide endangered child advisory for a two-month-old who was taken by his non-custodial parents.

According to Harrison police, they were dispatched to a home in the 200 block of Hill Street around 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Cobain Reidmiller, the baby boy, was taken by Kelly Schmid and Clint “Roach” Reidmiller. Police said Schmid and Reidmiller are the biological parents but do not have custody.

Kelly Schmid and Clint "Roach" Reidmiller
Kelly Schmid and Clint "Roach" Reidmiller

The child was taken from the parents and placed with his maternal grandmother due to Schmid’s drug addiction and Reidmiller’s violent tendencies, police say. According to police, Schmid took the child during a supervised visit and left a note telling her mother she was “forced” to do it.

“Somehow, yesterday between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., grandma left for work and the child was left unsupervised when the mom left a note and took the baby,” Lt. Terry Lowry said.

Police said the child is believed to be in danger.

Cobain has brown hair and brown eyes.

The suspects were last seen in a turquoise green Chevy S-10 truck, said police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Harrison Police at 513-367-3715.

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This is not an Amber Alert case. Below are the Amber Alert criteria:

  • Law enforcement confirms the child is under 18 years of age.
  • Law enforcement believes  the abduction poses a credible threat of immediate danger or serious  bodily harm or death to the child.
  • There is sufficient  descriptive information about the child, the suspect, and/or the  circumstances surrounding the abduction to believe that activation of the  alert will help locate the child.
  • A law enforcement agency determines the child is not a runaway and has not been abducted as a result of a family abduction, unless the investigation determines the  child is in immediate danger of serious bodily harm or death.

“A note was left that stating no one but mom is going to watch the child. (See the fourth bullet point.) So, there is no indication any threat to the child’s life or safety of the child. The mother was allowed to have regular contact with the child,” Lowry said.

Authorities have the option to request a missing endangered child alert if necessary.

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