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Shocking News: Newborn Twins Found Dead Inside Suitcase In Arkansas

The bodies of two newborn babies have been found inside a purple suitcase near a ditch in Cross County, AR.

The Cross County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) says the babies, who appeared to be twins, were found shortly before 2 p.m. on Friday along County Road 62, near Wynne.

It’s not certain who made the discovery, but people who live in the area say it’s not uncommon for people to dump items on the road.

“It’s just horrible,” says Alice Cummings, “It’s like this if they didn’t want them all they had to do was bring the babies to the hospital, somewhere, but not put them in the suitcase”. 

Anyone who has information on the identity of the babies or a suspect is urged to call the Sheriff’s Office at (870) 238-5700.

Missing Child Heidi Todd Found Alive In Alabama, Suspect Arrested

Heidi Todd, a 4-year-old girl from Johns Island in Charleston County, S.C., was found alive on Wednesday near Birmingham, Alabama, officials confirm.

Police officers in Riverside, Alabama confirmed that Todd has been found safe.

Todd is currently in the custody of the Alabama Dept. of Human Resources, according to Andrew Donely, a reporter for WBMA.

Todd now in DHR custody. @abc3340

— Andrew Donley (@Andrewabc3340) February 15, 2018

Authorities have identified the suspect as Thomas Lawton Evans, 37. Riverside Police say he was taken into law enforcement custody in Mississippi Wednesday after initially evading their officers.

Evans was arrested back in 2009 by the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, and later convicted of armed robbery and second degree burglary.

Todd disappeared following a home invasion Tuesday that left the her mother brutally beaten and has been hospitalized.

Todd was found near Riverside, Alabama, roughly an hour outside Birmingham, near Talladega, authorities confirm.

Birmingham lies along a notorious human trafficking strip, according to the Birmingham Times.



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