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September 7, 2012 at 2:37 PM

King Co. detectives fear homeless woman’s baby may be in danger

Corrected version

Trina P. Curry

The King County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a 7-week-old baby girl who may be in danger.

Trina P. Curry, 33, gave birth to the baby, Lillian, at Highline Hospital on July 17. Detectives say Curry used a fictitious name at the hospital. When officials learned her real name they discovered that her seven other children had previously been removed by Child Protective Services because of abuse/neglect and mental health issues.

CPS has been ordered to take custody of Lillian, but authorities have been unable to locate Curry or the baby. Curry is homeless and does not drive. She was last seen with the baby at a relative’s house in Shoreline on Tuesday.

Quandra Powell

Detectives believe Curry and the baby may be with the baby’s father, Quandra R. Powell, 39, who is wanted on two felony warrants.

Powell is 5-9 and 190 pounds with a gold front tooth. Curry is 5-feet-6, 160 pounds.

Anyone who knows their whereabouts is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at 206-296-3311, or 911.

Note: Information in this item has been corrected. A previous version contained an error in the phone number for the King County Sheriff’s Office.

| More in The Blotter | Topics: King County Sheriff's Office, missing baby


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