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Fargo Woman's Story on Baby Changed

30 August 2017

Hoehn is one of two people charged with conspiracy to commit murder and other counts in the death of Savanna Greywind, whose body was found Sunday, Aug. 27, in the Red River near Fargo.

Burdick says part of Crews and Hoehn's hearing will be determining if they need court appointed representation.

In a news conference Sunday night Fargo Police Chief David Todd says the body was discovered by kayakers about 5:45 Sunday.

At that point, Todd said, they were arrested and charged with felony conspiracy to commit kidnapping.

She was last seen inside an apartment building in the north of the city.

Law enforcement pulled the body from the river about 8:20 p.m., and the body was identified as that of LaFontaine-Greywind about 9:20 p.m., the chief said. About the same time, investigators from the Clay County Sheriff's Office were called to a nearby abandoned farmstead after a search party reported finding suspicious items that could indicate criminal activity. Crews then allegedly presented him with an infant baby, saying, "this is our baby, this is our family", according to the complaint.

From the beginning, Greywind says she suspected her daughter had been harmed - a suspicion that tragically proved true.

It is suspected she may have been the victim of "womb raiders" who forcibly took her baby.

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Crews said Greywind came back two days later to give her the newborn baby.

The cause of death has not been established with an autopsy yet to be carried out.

Ms Lafontaine-Greywind's family said she had visited the neighbours on the day of her disappearance at 1.30pm, but Ms Crews said the pregnant woman left the apartment and returned on August 21 at 3am to give her the baby.

The Clay County Sheriff's Office and investigators from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are now processing the farm as a suspected crime scene, officials said Monday.

Kidnapping expecting mothers to take their children is extremely rare, according to experts the Fargo Forum interviewed.

Cartwright lives in Williston with her husband, their four sons and the baby girl they adopted in Arkansas last September.

The father of the lady's child revealed to WDAY that he and Greywind had been expecting an infant young lady who was expected in late September.

Todd said Greywind had gone to the apartment to help with a sewing project before disappearing.

Fargo Woman's Story on Baby Changed