SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - A man Shreveport Police say abducted a four-year-old and possibly sexually assaulted a woman is now in police custody.
The incident happened Friday morning, according to police at the Palomar Motel, located on Greenwood Rd. in Shreveport.
The four-year-old police say was found running along Interstate 20.
Police have now identified the suspect as 22-year-old Quincy Robinson. Police say Robinson and his girlfriend, the child's mother, were together Thursday night in a room at the motel. It is believed by police that the suspect may have sexually assaulted the woman.
Shortly after the alleged assault, police say the child's mother threatened to call the police on Robinson, to report the alleged assault and police say that's when Robinson took the child from the room and ran.
Police responding to the scene reportedly spotted Robinson and pursued him through the Mooretown neighborhood, then through a field. When police caught up with Robinson they the child was not with him.
"He's denying even having the child right now, but obviously he left him. We had too many people see him with the child," said Shreveport Police Capt. Steve Pierce.
The child, according to authorities was found running out of a wooded area between Jewella Ave. and Monkhouse Dr., by a woman driving along Interstate 20.
Authorities say the woman pulled over when she saw the child and grabbed him as he was running toward the Interstate.