East Bay News
Baby safe after being taken from hospital
CASTRO VALLEY, Calif. (KGO) -- A 2-day-old infant girl was taken by her father from Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley Friday afternoon was returned to the hospital Friday evening by her grandmother.
The baby, named Sa'riah Miller, was scheduled to be released with her mother on Friday, but her father, 21-year-old Seagram Miller left the hospital with her before she was officially released. It's believed Miller slipped a tracking band of baby Sa'riah's wrist, allowing him to take her from the maternity ward without setting off any alarms.
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office said they did not feel a crime has been committed and they believed baby Sa'riah was never in any danger.
Eden Medical Center says it is reviewing its security policies.
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