Carlina White, a missing infant who was abducted from a NYC hospital 23 years ago, has been reunited with her family, but the case against her suspected kidnapper is just beginning.
Ann Pettway, a North Carolina woman, contacted a Bridgeport, Connecticut police officer via Facebook to turn herself in. She surrendered Sunday morning to the FBI and Bridgeport, Conn., police on a warrant from North Carolina, where she’s on probation because of a conviction for attempted embezzlement.
She turned herself in days after a widely publicized reunion between the child she raised, now an adult, and her biological mother.
[READ: Atlanta Woman Kidnapped as an Infant in 1987 Reunites with Family]
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Over 20 years has passed since a newborn, sick with fever, was abducted from a New York City hospital.
Carlina White was just 19 days old when she disappeared from Harlem Hospital on Aug. 4, 1987. Police searched high and low for her kidnappers but never found enough evidence to charge any suspects.
The child’s frantic mother, Joy White, ached for her missing child but always had a feeling that her baby was alive somewhere.
On Wednesday, (January 19, 2011), police said the baby, now a grown woman living in Atlanta, has finally been found and you’ll never believe how… Continue Reading…