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Hoover police searching for man who allegedly took 3-year-old son from mother's custody in Arkansas

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Johan Zameen Khan, 37, is wanted for felony interference of custody by Hoover police after he allegedly took his 3-year-old son in December 2013 from the custody of the boy's mother in Arkansas. Johan Zameen Khan, 37, is wanted for felony interference of custody by Hoover police after he allegedly took his 3-year-old son in December 2013 from the custody of the boy's mother in Arkansas.

Hoover police are searching for a man wanted on a felony charge of interference with custody after he allegedly took his 3-year-old son from Arkansas late last year.

According to police, 37-year-old Johan Zameen Khan took his son from the boy's mother and their Arkansas home in December and the two are now believed to be in Alabama. Khan, who doesn't have custody of the child, has an active order of protection against him in Arkansas.

Khan is described as a 5-foot-8, 185-pound male of Middle Eastern descent with brown eyes and brown hair. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to please contact Hoover Police Department Sgt. Lennie Sams at 205-739-6822.

 

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