Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Missing 15-day-old Georgia baby found dead in woods

Missing 15-day-old Georgia baby found dead in woods

The 15-day-old baby, Caliyah McNabb, was found dead in a wooded area on Sunday, a day after being reported missing.

Tiny Caliyah McNabb's parents reported her missing from their home at Eagle Point Trailer Park in Covington, Ga., Saturday morning. They told the Newton County Sheriff's Office that she was fed about 5 a.m. that morning, but was gone when they woke up later.

The discovery of the body at 3 p.m. Sunday followed an intense search in the woods close to her home.

Volunteer search crews said they found the body of Caliyah McNabb in the woods in a duffel bag.

The child's father, Christopher McNabb, fled shortly before being named a person of interest in her death Sunday, according to the reports, which cited the Newton County Sheriff's Office.

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He was eventually located at a gas station auto wash and arrested on a probation violation out of Bartow County. I know this is insane but I mean, it's just insane to think someone came in this house in the middle of the night and took her.

"She was tiny. You had to feed her every two hours". He little head was the size of a tennis ball.

At the time, family members said they did not understand how it could have been a disappearance. She was located about a quarter of a mile from where she lived with McNabb and her mother, Courtney Bell, Newton County Sheriff's Capt. Keith Crum said. "He said, 'I have to go, '" he said. That love is broken. An autopsy will be conducted at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation headquarters to confirm the child's identity and determine the cause of death.

"He just said, 'I didn't do it; I didn't do it; I didn't do it.' I said, 'You know what I'm not from Covington, I don't know what goes on in Covington".

"That you're going to hell".

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