RCMP release names of two adults charged in abduction of Alberta baby in Alberta

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GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. - RCMP in northern Alberta have released the names of two people charged in the abduction of a baby that was in a truck that was stolen.

Police say Keisha Horseman, who is 26, and David Michael Smith, who is 22, have been remanded in custody in Grande Prairie.

A 14-year-old youth, who has also been charged but cannot be identified, has been released with conditions.

The three face numerous charges that include kidnapping, abandoning a child and theft of a motor vehicle.

They are all to appear in Grande Prairie provincial court on Monday.

Police issued an Amber Alert for the seven-month-old baby after a pickup was stolen Tuesday from outside a home in Grande Prairie.

The girl named Addison was discovered a few hours later, still in her car seat, on the porch of a rural home south of the city.

Police say a person in the house found the infant, who appeared to be unharmed.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Alberta, GRANDE PRAIRIE, Northern Alberta

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