Bronx mother of 7-month-old boy charged after threatening child

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Nathaniel Jabbour was last seen in the Bronx. (New York State Alert)

Nathaniel Jabbour was  located Wednesday evening. (New York State Alert)

THE BRONX —  A 7-month-old boy has been located after police issued a missing child alert Wednesday evening.

Alexis Jabbour allegedly sent disturbing text messages to Nathaniel's father. (DCPI)

Alexis Jabbour allegedly sent disturbing text messages to Nathaniel’s father. (DCPI)

Police were called to the Administration of Child Services in the Bronx where they were met by a 25-year-old man. He told police that the suspect, Alexis Jabbour, took their son after a fight on June 19.

The man called police after he says he got a picture of Nathaniel with a knife being held to his throat along with alarming text messages about the child.

Two hours after police issued a missing child alert, Nathaniel was located.

Jabbour was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, reckless endangerment and aggravated harassment.

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