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Photo via Shutterstock, insets courtesy of the NYPD
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Police arrested a Brooklyn man who allegedly kidnapped his son during a visitation in Jamaica earlier this week.

According to police, 2-year-old Adam El-Alaoui was last seen with his father, 51-year-old Joseph Martinez at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 24. They were together at the Administration for Child Service’s office located at 89-30 161st St.

Following an investigation, on Thursday, April 26, police found Martinez and El-Alaoui in Brooklyn at around 6:30 p.m. Martinez was arrested and charged with custodial interference.

According to police, Martinez had served 27 years in prison for a murder conviction in 1984. NBC reported that he was paroled in 2010.

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