Baby danger
Trina Curry, 33, and Quandra R. Powell, 39, are both said to have "violent tendencies." (King County Sheriff's Office)

Detectives looking for 7-week-old girl in danger

King County Sheriff's Deputies are asking for the public's help to locate a 7-week-old baby girl who is believed to be in danger.

The girl was last seen with her mother, 33-year-old Trina Curry, at a relative's home in Shoreline on Sept. 4. Deputies say Curry left with the child after an argument and may be with the girl's father, 39-year-old Quandra R. Powell.

Both have a history of violence, according to King County Sheriff Steve Strachan.

Child Protective Services has removed seven other children from Curry's custody due to abuse, neglect, and mental health issues.

The baby's father has two felony warrants, one for escape from community custody. He is also wanted for manufacturing a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Deputies believe Curry used a fake name when she gave birth to the girl at Highline Hospital in Burien on July 17.

CPS received a "pick-up" order for the baby, but police have been unable to locate Curry or baby "Lillian." Curry is homeless and does not drive.

Both Powell and Curry are said to have "violent tendencies." Powell is described as 5'9", 190 lbs with a gold front tooth. Curry is described at 5'6" 160 lbs.

If you know the whereabouts of any of these individuals, please do not contact them. Call the King County Sheriff's Office at (206) 396-3311 or 911., Staff report
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