Mom Accused Of Trading Newborn Baby For Truck Back In KY

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/27/2012 12:02 am
The woman wanted after a reported 'baby for truck' swap in Laurel County is back in Kentucky.

ABC 36 was there Thursday night as Heather Kaminskey arrived at the Laurel County Jail in London.

She was arrested in Florida last week and deputies went to get her.

A couple, Jeremy and Jaimee Brown, are accused of human trafficking.

The Sheriff's Office accuses them of giving up the truck, for the baby,  6 months ago.

And the Sheriff says Kaminskey will face the same charge.
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