UPDATE: Endangered Baby Lillian found in Oregon

Update, 5:11 p.m., Sept. 10
King County Sheriff's spokeswoman Cindi West has provided updated information:

"Quandra Powell has been picked up on his warrants. We received an anonymous tip today and he was arrested in the Skyway area by King County Sheriff’s Deputies.

"Regarding Trina Curry. She was arrested by Washington County Sheriff’s Office when she tried to keep the officers from taking the baby. According to our detective we will not be pursuing charges here on Trina. The case will be handled by Family Court.

"The baby is in the care of CPS and is doing fine."

Update for Sept. 10
Baby Lillian was found by Washington County Sheriff's deputies in Aloha, OR after receiving a tip that the baby and her mother, Trina P. Curry, were staying at a relative's home there.

Original post on Sept. 7
King County Sheriff’s Detectives are asking for the public’s help locating a 7-week-old baby girl that is believed to be endangered.

Detectives said Trina P. Curry, 33 gave birth to the baby “Lillian” at Highline Hospital on July 17th. Police learned that Curry used a fake name at the hospital and when officials learned her real name they discovered that she had her 7 other children removed by CPS due to abuse/neglect and mental health issues.

CPS received a “pick-up” order for the baby but police and CPS officials have been unable to locate Curry or Lillian. Curry is homeless and does not drive. She was last seen with the baby at a relative’s house in Shoreline on Tuesday, September 4th. Curry took off with the baby after an argument and has not been seen since.

Detectives believe Curry and the baby may be with the baby’s father, Quandra R. Powell, 39. Powell has two felony warrants, one for Escape from Community Custody and the other for VUSCA.

Both Powell and Curry are said to have “violent tendencies.” Powell is described at 5’9”, 190 lbs with a gold front tooth. Curry is described at 5’6” 160 lbs.

If you know the whereabouts of any of these individuals please DO NOT CONTACT THEM. Call the King County Sheriff’s Office at (206) 396-3311 or 911.

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