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Texas / Kidnapping / Chandler Interview #861169

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 11, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(Lubbock, Texas: Keith Oppenheim) The arrest of Rayshaun Parson† for the kidnapping of a newborn baby from a Lubbock, Texas, hospital featured; hospital surveillance video shown of the suspect, who was arrested in New Mexico; photo shown of the baby, who was returned to her parents. [Lubbock police Lt. Scott HUDGENS†, Covenant Medical Center Gwen STAFFORD†- review what happened.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Tomorrow’s news conference with the baby’s family noted. Live interview held with Curry County, New Mexico, district attorney Matt Chandler about the case. [CHANDLER – reviews the charges against Parson and the involvement of New Mexico law enforcement; says the motive is under investigation; states Parson did not know the family.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Oppenheim, Keith

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