Non-custodial parents charged in abduction of 10-year-old daughter: NYPD

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Carlos Hicks, 42, and Jacqueline Hendricks, 39, were charged with custodial interference. (Photo: DCPI)

Carlos Hicks, 42, and Jacqueline Hendricks, 39, were charged with custodial interference. (Photo: DCPI)

MANHATTAN – The parents of 10-year-old Celine Melanie Hicks have been charged with her abduction, police say.

Celine Melanie Hicks, 10, was allegedly abducted by her parents, and later found after an Amber Alert was issued. (Photo: NYS)

Celine Melanie Hicks, 10, was allegedly abducted by her parents, and later found after an Amber Alert was issued. (Photo: NYS)

Jacqueline Hendricks, 39, who doesn’t have custody, picked up Celine from Castle Middle School and left the location with her Wednesday afternoon, according to police. Carlos Hicks, 42, was also part of the abduction, cops said.

The child was living with another family member, cops said.

An Amber Alert was issued Thursday morning, but was cancelled after Celine was found safely. Details of how she was found have not been released.

Celine’s parents have a history of violence. Both were charged with custodial interference while Hendricks faces an additional aggravated harassment charge.