What is the deal with all this baby-related violence down in Homestead lately? Now a women is behind bars after she tried to snatch a one-month-old from its mother outside a medical center.
Twenty-five-year-old Shalese Nicole Mostiller is behind bars after attempting to abduct the child. She sprayed an unknown substance in the mother's eyes, temporarily blinding her, and after a struggle took off running with the child. Luckily a witness took off after Mostiller and called police.
The baby suffered injuries to its back and arms, and was taken to Miami Children's Hospital. [CBS4]
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