Laurel County Deputies Say Woman Traded Baby For Pickup Truck

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/12/2012 11:53 pm
A Corbin couple is in jail and deputies are looking for a woman who they say traded her baby for a pickup truck.

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says Jeremy and Jamiee Brown face human trafficking charges.

Deputies say 6 months ago, a woman named Heather Kaminskey gave the Browns her newborn baby in exchange for a 1999 Dodge Dakota.

Social services took the infant from the Browns' home and are now taking care of the baby.

Deputies are looking for Kaminskey and say she has ties to Florida.
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