A Bronx mother indicted Monday for pushing her 2-year-old son in  stroller down a set of subway stairs angrily declared “You can have baby!” prosecutors charge.Jessica Mixon, 26, was charged with reckless endangerment and assault, for shoving little Jayden down steps of the 149 St.-Grand Concourse station last month.A police officer reported that on June 1 at 2:30 p.m. he found  crying child, who had not been strapped into  stroller. Boy had bloody nose and abrasions on his face on the steps leading to the 2, 4 and 5 trains.

 At  top of the stairs on the street, the cop found Mixon angrily “walking around and screaming,” according to a criminal complaint.

“I don’t care anymore, you can have  baby!” she yelled.

“Yes I threw  baby down the stairs. You can have him. I don’t want  baby. I don’t give a fuck about the baby.”

She also declared that she already “had a case” with city’s Administration for Children’s Services, according to papers.

 Surveillance camera footage showed Jayden and  stroller tumbling down the stars, authorities told.

“This incident was caught on video, in all its cruelty and senselessness,” Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark told.

“The defendant showed depraved indifference to this young child’s life, but miraculously, he escaped serious physical harm.”

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