Baby Kidnapper Scheduled for Sentencing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/15/07

Baby Kidnapper Scheduled for Sentencing

Source: Curry Co. Sheriff Source: Curry Co. Sheriff

The woman who kidnapped a newborn baby from a Lubbock hospital is scheduled for sentencing Friday.

Rayshaun Parson faces anywhere from 20 years to life in prison for kidnapping 3-day-old Mychael Darthard Dawodu from Covenant Lakeside on March 10th.

Parson changed her plea from not guilty to guilty back in August.

8/16/07
Parson Wishes She Hadn't Taken Baby
New developments from Lubbock Federal Court, where the woman accused of stealing a baby from Covenant hospital, pleaded guilty to federal kidnapping charges.  Rayshaun Parson is now speaking through her attorney.

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