Two women charged in case of missing 6-year-old Toronto girl

Marsha Scott
April 14, 2018

When Samantha Snipes found out she was pregnant at the age of 24, she was convinced her allegedly abusive boyfriend would change his ways.

Police said she approached a bystander for help in the Bathurst St. and Eglinton Ave. Welsh later took a shot at the vehicle in which she was fleeing the scene. She should have been able to look to her mother for the protection and love of a parent.

"I got on mommy's back", Emma said.

Her mother encouraged her to consider parenting or adoption, and Snipes chose adoption. Instead, she said, Hewitt pointed the gun at her face and told her to move out of his way. "I had no idea what I was going to do".

Malaiha said she had a cellphone that her father had given to her so she called 911. So, she packed a bag and headed to the airport.

"We were working together".

"God knew for whatever reason that he needed to wake her up", Leach said.

Rodney Cole, her father, said he ran after the vehicle into traffic but the driver ran a red light and kept going. "This is where the light starts to radiate".

The woman said she was afraid of physical retribution if she refused.

"Getting to this point has been a great team effort from all involved and I am pleased that we have got justice for Amelia and finally for the other child after all these years".

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Phipps sensed Snipes was nervous on the flight, and asked her why.

The case of mistaken identity then lead to a freaky texting exchange between the two women, which became increasingly heated.

"She knew I didn't know anyone else in the area and before we parted ways, she gave me her number", Snipes explained. On Monday night, she told Disbrow her back was hurting, so he gave her a massage before the pair fell asleep in the bedroom, according to police.

Just three days later, Snipes went into labor early. We want to know what happened to Jessica just as much as her family does.

Phipps graciously said "yes" and soon enough, adopted the boy who she named Vaughn.


A Tennessee woman is thanking her two-year-old daughter for saving her life.

Arrested and jailed were a 20-year-old who registered a.09 on a portable breath test and a 22-year-old who blew a.13, both over the legal limit to drive.

The two quickly began talking about Snipes' pregnancy and Phipps expressed interest in adopting her baby. "She was caught so off guard".

With tears in her eyes, Phipps agreed. Snipes ended up moving nearby and starting a photography business. The man used to create fake profiles on matrimonial websites and then cheat women on the pretext of marrying them. "He met me as such". "I couldn't be happier!"

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