Posted: Jun 18, 2012 9:49 PM by Irina Cates (Missoula)
Updated: Jun 18, 2012 9:51 PM
Vincent Seguvio appeared in a Missoula courtroom on Monday, several days after a missing/endangered person alert was issued for his newborn baby.
Prosecutors said Seguvio took his two-week old baby from his ex-wife and told her he wasn't going to bring the little girl back.
They allege that Seguvio, 23, texted his ex-wife that he wouldn't return the baby, and told her that involving law enforcement was a mistake.
Seguvio is charged with burglary and parenting interference, while his mother, Nancy Butcher, is facing a charge of accountability to parental interference.
Last Wednesday, Seguvio allegedly forced his way into his ex-wife's home on Sherwood Street, pushed her out of the way and took the child.
Seguvio's mother waited outside in the car for Seguvio to come out and the two of them drove away with the baby.
The mother told police she and Seguvio didn't have a parenting plan, but she filed for full custody after the baby was born.
Seguvio and his mother were picked up in Kalispell as they were going in to file for custody of the child.
The judge set bail for Segovia and Butcher at $100,000 each.