Hearing postponed in baby cut from womb caseThe Massachusetts woman accused of kidnapping a baby who had been cut from her mother's womb is staying in New Hampshire for now.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The Massachusetts woman accused of kidnapping a baby who had been cut from her mother's womb is staying in New Hampshire for now.
Julie Corey had the baby with her when she was arrested July 29 at a homeless shelter in New Hampshire and was held on $2 million bail. She faced a hearing Friday on a fugitive from justice charge in Concord District Court. That was postponed until Sept. 11 at the request of prosecutors, who says Massachusetts needed more time to prepare paperwork requesting that Corey be returned there.
Corey, in court briefly Friday, faces a kidnapping charge in Massachusetts.
DNA tests have confirmed that the baby was cut from Darlene Haynes' womb. Haynes' body was found in her Worcester, Mass., apartment on July 27. No one has been charged in her killing.