BABYSITTER ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE AFTER KIDNAPPING BABY BOY
BABYSITTER ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE AFTER KIDNAPPING BABY BOY CAUGHT AT THE AIRPORT
At Denver International Airport, Colorado, detectives caught a babysitter attempting to escape after allegedly kidnapping a four-month-old Utah child.
A babysitter kidnapped an infant boy and fled to Colorado with him. Still, detectives who took her into custody from the airport, nearly 600 miles away in Denver, foiled the suspected abduction attempt.
Cedar City police were informed on Friday by the mother of the boy, Peyton Everett Caraballo-Winston’. According to Crime Online, she had allowed all three of her children to spend the night with their babysitter, returning them on Friday morning.
She complained that Emily Marissa Luciano, the babysitter, made constant excuses about her delay in getting the children back.
During the investigation, police found that the babysitter left the older children “with a third party” aged 5 and 1 and took Peyton to Colorado with her.
Besides recovering and returning the other two children to their mother, the officials issued an AMBER Warning for the boy.
However, the officials stayed in touch with Luciano by text and telephone, “she regularly provided officers with false and contradictory statements and was not cooperative with the investigation,” the police said.
Later, investigators working with the FBI and the National Center for Missing and Abused Children found Luciano at Denver International Airport.
The nanny was taken into custody, and the child was discovered safe and unharmed. Luciano was allegedly detained at Denver’s Downtown Detention Center without bail pending further proceedings.
On her Facebook page, the mother posted that all three children are back in her care.