Friday, March 29, 2013

Kingsport Police Charge Man With Felony In Child For Sale
Kingsport Police have charged the man trying to sell his child. Both he and the child's identity are being protected. Investigators report listening as he offered custody to a 75- year old woman explaining how he needed bail money for his girlfriend. It was the girl friends grandmother that agreed to the deal after being urged by officers. She had called police about the couple leaving their two children at her home. He delivered his 6- year old daughter to a parking lot hoping to be paid 15- hundred dollars for his parental rights. Kingsport police met him there and wrote him up for felony of illegal payments in connection with placement of a child. (bg)

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