Woman Accused Of Trading Baby For Truck Captured In Florida

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/19/2012 11:54 pm
Police have arrested a woman who's accused of trading her newborn baby for a pickup truck.

According to a jail Website, Police in Florida have arrested 30-year old Heather Kaminskey after a week-long search.

According to the Website, she's charged with being a fugitive.

Last week the Laurel County Sheriff's Office in London arrested a couple, saying they traded their pickup truck for Kaminskey's newborn six months ago.

That couple, Jeremy and Jamiee Brown, is accused of human trafficking.

They have pleaded not guilty.
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