Missing Houston toddler found safe in Arkansas, parents dead

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PRESCOTT, Arkansas - The search for a 14-month-old Houston baby boy is over. Baby Tymetheus Pack was found safe in Arkansas while his father's body was found nearby, dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Tymethus Pack

Tymethus Pack was found alive and well in Prescott, Arkansas.

Now, the 14-month-old child is an orphan.

Tumetheus Pack

Tumetheus Pack

Police were called to an apartment 6900 block of Pinemont in northwest Houston, and that's where they found the body of the child's mother, Angel Jackson, 26. She was last heard from on Christmas Eve when she reportedly sent out a text message saying she had been shot.

She was found after a maintenance worker called the Houston Police Department.

The baby's father, Tumetheus Pack, was a person of interest in Jackson's death. An Amber Alert had been issued  for the 14-month-old child and was cancelled after authorities made the discovery in Arkansas.