This composite image made available by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in Jacksonville, Fla., show a picture of Kamiyah Mobley, a newborn baby girl was kidnapped by a woman, to be seen in loose sketches for the first time granted by the police in 1998, during the first search. On Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, Gloria Williams, Walterboro, S. C., was charged with the abduction of the child 18 years ago from a hospital in Florida, and interference with custody. (Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office via AP)
This Friday, Jan. 13, 2017 arrest photo provided by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office through the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office shows Gloria Williams, arrest in Walterboro, SC. Williams is a suspect in the abduction of a baby girl in Jacksonville, Fla., 18 years ago. (Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office via the Colleton Sheriff’s Office via AP)
This Friday, Jan. 13, 2017 photo shows the exterior of a house in Walterboro, S. C. where Gloria Williams lived for years with a girl who authorities say was kidnapped as a child 18 years ago from a hospital in Florida. Williams was arrested and accused of kidnapping and interference with custody. (AP Photo/Russ Bynum)
WALTERBORO, S. C. – An 18-year-old South Carolina woman abducted from a Florida hospital hours after her birth, to her biological family for the first time.
Multiple media organizations report that Kamiyah Mobley met her parents on Saturday at the police in Walterboro, the town, 50 kilometers west of Charleston, where she grew up under a false name.
Craig Aiken said after the 45-minute meeting he is still in shock over the suddenly is reunited with his long-lost daughter, but their first meeting could not be better gone.
Mobley was only eight hours old when she was taken from a Jacksonville, Florida, hospital by a woman posing as a nurse. The police this week charged a 51-year-old Gloria Williams of Walterboro, with the kidnapping and will be extradited to Florida to face the charges.