Saturday, October 3, 2009

Abducted Newborn Baby Found Safe In Alabama

News Channel 5 NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A newborn baby who was abducted from a home in Antioch has been found safe in Ardmore, Alabama - about 85 miles away. Maria Gurrolla said she was stabbed multiple times Tuesday by a woman pretending to be an immigration worker who showed up at her home. When Gurrolla ran next door for help, she said the woman abducted her now 7-day-old son, Yair Anthony Carillo. A Kia Spectra was photographed at a nearby Walmart following Gurrolla before the attack. Police said 39-year-old Tammy Renee Silas rented the vehicle from the Nashville Airport the same day. Silas is from Ardmore. Police found the newborn boy uninjured around 10 p.m. Friday at a home in Ardmore. Silas was being held in the Morgan County Jail pending kidnapping and assault charges.

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