Two teenage girls arrested for kidnapping 3-month-old baby – Crime Online

Two Wisconsin teenagers are facing charges after police say they abducted a baby boy on Wednesday.

According to WISN 12, the suspects, ages 14 and 16, approached a woman at a liquor store and allegedly told her they were homeless. The woman, suspecting that the children had nowhere to go, allowed them into her home. The woman told police she fell asleep and when she woke up her 3-month-old baby was missing.

The incident happened in the 4300 block of West Marion Street in Milwaukee, police said.

“They told me they were being assaulted and being trafficked, and their mom was making them do things with her boyfriend,” victim Schatina Cureton told WISN 12 Thursday.

Cureton added that she did not know the defendants and had never seen them before.

“I was looking everywhere for my baby. I was looking in the trash cans. I looked in washers, dryers, ovens. I looked near the creek. I didn’t know what they had done with my son,” Cureton told CBS 58.

Around 1 p.m. Wednesday, investigators found the baby at a home in 44th and Fiebrantz. The infant was safe and sound.

Police eventually arrested five people, including the two girls, a 33-year-old man and a 19-year-old man. It is unclear what roles the men played in the kidnapping.

“I’m filing a complaint and I’m going to make sure they stay in jail. It wasn’t right, anything could have happened to my baby,” Cureton added.

The story develops. Check back for updates.

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