• Missing 7-week-old baby found safe

    By: Terra Sullivan


    SEATTLE - King County sheriff's deputies located a missing 7-week-old baby girl safe at a relative's home Monday morning after an intense search to find the child whose mother had her seven other children removed from her care.

    Deputies believed baby Lillian was in danger after discovering that the child's mother, 33-year-old Trina Curry, had given a fake name to doctors at the child's birth on July 17.


    The girl was last seen at a relatives in Shoreline on Sept. 4.  Deputies say Curry left with the child after an argument and was possibly with the girl's father, 39-year-old Quandra R. Powell.


    Both Curry and Powell are convicted felons, according to King County Sheriff’s Office. Curry's seven other children were removed due to allegations of mental issues, neglect and abuse. 


    Deputies acting on a tip located mother and child around 1:30 a.m. Monday in Aloha, Oregon.  It is unclear at this time what charges the mother will face.

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