This lil’ beyotch has clearly watched too much TV
A 3-day-old boy abducted this afternoon from Magee-Womens Hospital in Oakland was found safe downtown hours later, police said.
Sgt. Eugene Hlavac of the Pittsburgh police said the baby, Bryce Coleman, was found in the Investment Building on Fourth Avenue near Wood Street.
Police said the suspect, identified as Breona Moore, 19, of McKeesport, would be charged with one count of kidnapping. Other charges were pending.
Major Crimes Commander Thomas Stangrecki said at a late-night news conference that one of Ms. Moore’s family members provided “the tip that broke the case.”
Family or no family, we’d snitch on her triflin’ azz too!
Pittsburgh police quickly learned that Ms. Moore had provided a false name when she purchased some black hospital scrubs that morning — a name that misleadingly led officers to their first person of interest. Police said they do not yet know how Ms. Moore acquired that name.
Ms. Moore had told her family members that she was pregnant and they the didn’t believe her, the commander said. When one of them saw news coverage of the kidnapping, they contacted police.
Officers searched for Ms. Moore at several previous addresses, including her last address in McKeesport and had no luck. When Ms. Moore called home to say that she was in the Investment Building on Fourth Avenue, the family called police.
Police found the stroller and later found Ms. Moore hiding with the baby in a stairwell, the commander said.
He said that Ms. Moore does not appear to know baby Bryce or his parents and that police were still trying to piece together a motive late Thursday night.
When did stealing babies become the new hot thing in the streets? With all these kids that need to be adopted in the U.S., why not help one of them out if you want a child so bad? SMH
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