STANFORD - A Lexington woman who is charged with kidnapping a day-old infant here wasn't in court for a hearing Monday, but she has a trial date, Nov. 3.
Tanya Dionne Shelton, 24, didn't come the courtroom where Judge Robert Gillum had allowed TV and newspaper cameras to set up to take her picture.
She was working part-time as a nurse's aide at Fort Logan Hospital in April when police believe she took a newborn and left her in an alley behind a consignment store in Bowling Green. The baby was found by a woman walking her dog.
The baby, Grayci Barrows, is the daughter of Samantha Luttrell and Cory Barrows, who were seniors at Casey County High School. The parents were in court Monday. Shelton's mother, Sherry Emerson, a nurse at Fort Logan Hospital was also in court.