Amber Alert for newborn baby in Mill Creek canceled

Police have canceled an Amber Alert after locating a baby delivered Friday morning at home in Mill Creek. The baby was taken by her mother. (Amber | Zoom
Police have canceled an Amber Alert after locating a baby delivered Friday morning at home in Mill Creek.

The infant, Annabelle Martini, was believed to be suffering from life threatening medical conditions and in need of medical attention. The infant was believed to be with her 20-year- old mother, Jaime Martini.

The pair was reportedly located Saturday morning at a home on the Tulalip Reservation.

The baby was checked out by emergency medical personnel and transported to Providence Hospital in Everett. Medics say she's in satisfactory condition.

The mother, Jaime, was transported to the hospital for medical treatment and is also in satisfactory condition.

Mill Creek police Officer Ian Durkee says a midwife who assisted with the birth early Friday at an apartment called for a medic unit, saying the child's complexion was gray and she had trouble breathing. However, Durkee says the mother canceled the aid call, saying she would take the infant to a hospital.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Josh Kerns,
Josh Kerns is an award winning reporter/anchor and host of KIRO Radio's Seattle Sounds (Sunday afternoons 5-6p) and a digital content producer for
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