ALOHA, Ore. - An infant kidnapped out of the Seattle area has been found safe overnight in the town of Aloha, south of Portland.
Investigators in Washington said Trina Curry, 33, took her 7-week-old daughter, Lillian, from a Seattle area hospital without permission.
Curry has a history of violence and mental illness and seven of her children were already in foster care.
Overnight, the Washington County Sheriffs Office said they received a tip that Curry and the newborn were at a relative's house in Aloha. A man connected to the case is still being sought, deputies said.
Lillian is in good condition and her mother has been taken into custody, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
King County sheriff's detectives had sent out an urgent plea, asking for the public's help in locating the baby girl who they believed was in danger.
Detectives said Curry gave birth to the baby on July 17.
Police later learned that Curry used a fake name at the hospital and when officials learned her real name, they discovered that she had her seven other children removed by Child Protective Services due to abuse, neglect and mental health issues.
So far, charges against Curry have not been specified.