Baby Found After Fugitives Experience Car Troubles
Late Thursday evening, the FBI discovered exactly where 10-month-old Saige Terrell and his two alleged kidnappers were hiding. They say they followed their trail to Godfrey, Illinois where Renee Terrell and Christopher Luckett were hiding from police with the infant boy. Apparently, it was their stolen vehicle giving them trouble on the road that led to their arrest.
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair):
Scars and Tattoos:
- Saige has a scratch on the right side of his face and a rug burn on the back of his neck.
Traits and Habits:
- Police say Saige is developmentally disabled.
Saige was taken by social worker Boni Frederick to visit his mother in Henderson, Ky.
Other Possible Locations:
- Fort Wayne
- New York
Vehicle To Look For:
- Police say Terrell, Luttrell, and Saige may be traveling in a 2000 white Daewoo Nubia station wagon belonging to deceased social worker, Boni Federick. The car has Kentucky license plates 675-DRV.
Last updated October 20, 2006
Oct 19, 2006
Baby Returns To A Warm Welcoming
Saige Terrell is safe in the hands of the state's custody after four days of being on the run. His mother, Renee Terrell, who is charged with kidnapping her son, is not so lucky.
Police arrested Terrell and her boyfriend, Christopher Luttrell, late Thursday night for kidnapping Saige. Authorities are still investigating the homicide charges for the brutal killing of soclal worker Boni Frederick. But they say they are confident Terrell and Luttrell will be charged with the crime.
FBI Tracks Finds Fugitives Stuck In The Mud
The FBI says they followed the couple and the infant after discovering their whereabouts in Godfrey, Illinois. They say they found Saige hidden in a camper late in the evening. Authorities believe Terrell and Luttrell broke into the camper when their stolen vehicle became disabled in a mud pit.
The trial date for Terrell and Luttrell is pending. In the meantime, police say the couple will be held in Illinois until they are extradited to Kentucky.