Syracuse man wanted for pushing infant son down a hill, assaulting his child's mother

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Onondaga County warrants squad is looking for a man accused of assaulting the mother of his child and pushing their infant child’s stroller down a hill in April.

Police say 27-year-old Tyquan Reeder, aka “T-Money,” was involved in a dispute with the 19-year-old mother of his 1-month-old child when he charged at her, pushed her out of the residence, choked her with both hands and pushed her down a hill— violating an order of protection.

He then pushed the stroller with the infant inside down the hill as well.

Reeder’s grandmother was able to help the victim get to safety, but left the 1-month-old with Reeder.

Reeder then drove by the victim’s house several times, shouting threats before Syracuse Police arrived. He also called her cell phone multiple times when officers were on the scene with her.

When officers responded to Reeder’s address to arrest him, he refused to come outside or give up the child. He was later taken into custody.

Reeder has been arrested 30 times since 2007— 12 times for criminal contempt, 4 times for harassment, twice for menacing and aggravated harassment and assault.

He has black hair and brown eyes and is 5’07,” weighing 215 pounds. Reeder has a scar on the left side of his face and a tattoo on his right arm.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, give law enforcement a call at 315-435-3032.


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