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BABY IN WATER

NEW YORK — A man who fled to Thailand after allegedly tossing his dead 7-month-old son into a river sent a chilling text to the mother while he on the run, prosecutors said Friday. When the mother asked where her son was, James Currie replied "you will never see (him) again," according to a criminal complaint. Currie, 37, was ordered held without bail on Friday at an appearance in Manhattan. The Bronx father was charged with concealing a human corpse. The mother told police she became worried Monday when Currie failed to drop off their child at day care. She called 911, telling a dispatcher that she saw reports about a baby found in the river — by a family from Oklahoma — and feared it was her son. By Stephen R. Groves. SENT: 460 words, with photos.

With:

— BABY IN WATER-THE LATEST

IN BRIEF:

— OKLAHOMA DROUGHT-DISASTER DECLARATION — Gov. Mary Fallin's office says four counties in northeastern Oklahoma have been designated disaster areas because of drought, making farmers and ranchers eligible for federal assistance — with farmers and ranchers in adjoining counties in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas also eligible.

— MOTEL SLAYING — Tulsa police say a man was fatally shot after walking uninvited into another man's motel room.

— STOMPING DEATH — An Oklahoma prosecutor has filed court documents saying he will seek the death penalty for a Texas man in the stomping death of an acquaintance.

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