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Crime Police: Kentucky woman arrested after trying to sell her child

19:35  10 october  2019
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A Kentucky woman was arrested Wednesday in connection with a human trafficking investigation after police said she tried to sell her child to another family member.

Crystal Smiley, 34, of Hartford, was arrested in Ohio County and charged with sale or purchase of a child for adoption and promoting human trafficking, according to a Kentucky State Police news release.

Ohio County is roughly 100 miles southwest of Louisville.

a woman standing in front of a door: Crystal Smiley© Ohio County Detention Center Crystal Smiley

The initial investigation into Smiley began in September, when social services officials notified the Kentucky State Police Henderson Post that Smiley was trying to sell her child to a family member, according to state police.

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Smiley was arrested Wednesday and booked into the Ohio County Detention Center, according to Kentucky State Police.

Additional details on the investigation were not provided, but state police said it is ongoing.

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Smiley is scheduled to appear for an Oct. 24 arraignment hearing in Ohio Circuit Court, according to online court records.

Anyone with more information regarding the case is urged to call the Kentucky State Police Henderon Post at 270-826-3312.

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This article originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: Police: Kentucky woman arrested after trying to sell her child

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