A young woman recently discovered that she had been abducted as an infant from a New York hospital in 1987.
The story started when a young Mother of 16 took her newborn daughter to the emergency room because the infant had a high fever. While there the young Mother was approached by a woman who she assumed was a nurse. The “nurse” told the Mother to go home and come back the next day. The Mother handed the baby over. When she went back to the hospital the following day to inquire about her baby, the baby was gone. The baby had been stolen presumably by the helpful “nurse”.
Fast forward 23 years. A young woman Nejdra Nance, who had grown up in Connecticut had suspicions that something just wasn’t right. She needed her birth certificate to obtain a driver’s license, but it could not be located. She did some further investigation on her own, and finally discovered that she had been abducted as a newborn. She had located information on the website National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. After she contacted authorities it was proven by DNA that she indeed was the missing child abducted in 1987.
There has been nothing released regarding the “parents” that indicates if they will be charged with any crime. I am sure in the next few weeks more information will become available.
This story just blows my mind. I will be very interested in what the court system does with this situation.