Woman Accused Of Baby-Trading Will Return To Kentucky

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Updated: 7/24/2012 8:18 pm
        The Laurel County Sheriff says Heather Kaminskey will be brought back to Kentucky this week.
        
        Police say she traded her baby for a pickup truck and they arrested her in Florida last week.
        
        The Sheriff's office says a deputy has gone to get Kaminskey.

        They've already arrested the couple they accuse of bringing the truck to the deal.

        Jeremy and Jaimee Brown have pleaded not guilty to human trafficking.

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