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Body of North Carolina infant found in cemetery after Amber Alert, mom's robbery arrest

Body of North Carolina infant found in cemetery after Amber Alert, mom's robbery arrest

Feb 23, 2020

North Carolina (USA) Feb 23: North Carolina police went to a cemetery early Saturday and found the body of an infant whose disappearance hours earlier prompted an Amber Alert.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department homicide detectives had been assigned to investigate the death of the baby, Chi-Liam Cody Brown-Erickson, who was 6 months old, Fox 46 Charlotte reported.
The Matthews Police Department issued the Amber Alert for the baby around 10 p.m. Friday after arresting his mother Tamara Brown on a charge of robbing two people at a Walmart, according to the station.
She was arrested as police were looking for her and the baby, the station reported. Matthews police began looking for them around 7 p.m. Friday after reporting that neither had been seen since noon that day, and Brown could be suffering from a mental health disability, Fox 46 reported.
The Amber Alert notification said Brown, 30, was not fully cooperative, according to the station.
Police said they found Chi-Liam at Sharon Memorial Park in Charlotte around 4 a.m.
In addition to the robbery charges, Brown was charged with assaulting a government official, police said.
Source: Fox News