UPDATE: Missing newborn has been found
SABINE PARISH - On Sunday, Louisiana State Police issued a Level II Endangered/Missing Child Advisory on behalf of the Many Police Department.
Around 3:55 a.m. a newborn baby was reportedly taken from Sabine Medical Center in Many, La., and has since been found.
The suspects connected to the crime, Shaun Levy and Brittany Parrie, have been taken into custody in Alabama and the infant has been sent to an area hospital.
Charges against Levy and Parrie are Pending.
After her birth, the infant should have been brought to a hospital in Shreveport, but authorities say her parents Levy, 39, and Parrie, 28 took her before she could be transported.
At the time of their unauthorized departure, the public was warned that Levy was armed and dangerous.
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