Parson Kidnapping Trial Delayed - KFDA - NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports

05.07.07

Parson Kidnapping Trial Delayed

The trial for an area woman accused of kidnapping a baby out of a Lubbock hospital is postponed.

Rayshaun Parson's trial was originally scheduled to begin today.

The U.S. Attorney's office in Lubbock tells Newschannel 10 that they cannot tell us the reason for the postponement because a gag order is in place.

They did say that a new trial date has not been scheduled at this time.

Prosecutors say 21-year-old Parson kidnapped a two day old baby girl on March 10th.

Police found the baby in Clovis the next day.

Parson pleaded not guilty to a kidnapping charge last month.

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