Three people have been arrested in Kentucky after allegedly selling a baby for $2G.
In Kentucky, three people were arrested for their involvement in the sale and purchase of a baby, including the mother of the child. Fox News reported that police received a tip from officials at Parker Bennett Curry Elementary School on Monday that alleged a woman had given away her child. Police interviewed the mother, Maria Domingo Perez about the allegations. Perez, 31 initially gave conflicting statements to police before finally admitting that she had sold her baby to a man and a woman.
Four kids at home and she has another and sells it. Guessing all of these fine individuals are taxpayer-supported.
Three people have been arrested in Kentucky after their alleged involvement in the selling and purchase of a baby for $2,000, police said on Tuesday.
Authorities spoke with the mother, Maria Domingo Perez, who first gave a conflicting statement to police but eventually told officers she gave her baby to a man and a woman, according to a press release.
Bowling Green Police said Pascual Jose Manuel and Catarina Felipe Jose told detectives that they gave Domingo Perez $2,000 for the baby.
Social services has taken custody of the baby and Domingo Perez’s four other children, the press release said. More
“Kentucky Mother” 🤣🤣🤣They must mean, a Mother in Kentucky.
— NEWMIE (@Newmie800) December 5, 2019
“Kentucky” mother? Why do I have some doubts about that? Maria Domingo-Perez, Catarina Jose-Felipe, and Pascual Jose-Manuel were all citizens of Guatemala and illegally present in the U.S. All three now have immigration detainers filed against them by ICE.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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