DNA shows infant was cut from Mass. mother’s womb
WORCESTER, Mass. — Authorities say DNA tests have confirmed that a kidnapped baby girl who was found in New Hampshire was cut from her mother’s womb in Massachusetts.
Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said on Wednesday that no new charges are pending against the accused kidnapper, 35-year-old Julie Corey. She was arrested July 29 in a homeless shelter with the infant.
Corey faces a court hearing Friday in Concord, N.H., on a fugitive from justice charge. She is being held on $2 million bail and also faces a kidnapping charge in Massachusetts.
No one has been charged in the killing of 23-year-old Darlene Haynes. Her body was found July 27 in her Worcester apartment.