The Mississippi Corinth Police Department reports that two adults and a juvenile were incarcerated in connection with the theft of a vehicle carrying a one-year-old infant.
The Harper Quick Stop reported two vehicles stolen around 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, according to the CPD.
Police claim that one of those vehicles was transporting a one-year-old infant who was in the care of a babysitter at the time of the incident.
Video of the theft, according to the CPD, captured a red Infiniti pulling into the parking lot. Two men then exited the Infiniti and allegedly seized two additional vehicles, according to the police.
The 1-year-old was discovered safe with the assistance of the Selmer Police Department, the McNairy County Sheriff’s Office, the Chester County Sheriff’s Office, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation, according to the CPD. Robert Bolden, Kobe Davis, and a juvenile were apprehended.
Two counts of accessory before the fact, two counts of accessory after the fact, and one count of directing a juvenile to commit a felony were filed against Bolden.