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Two suspects have been charged with murder after the body of three-year-old Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney was found in a landfill over a week after she went missing, Alabama police say.
Birmingham Police Chief Patrick Smith announced at a news conference Tuesday night that Kamille's remains were discovered in a trash bin taken to a landfill in Birmingham.
Smith - Police - Murder - Warrants - People
Smith said police are obtaining murder warrants against two people previously identified as persons of interest in the case, 39-year-old Patrick Devone Stallworth and his 29-year-old girlfriend, Derick Irisha Brown.
Lawyers for both suspects have said they're innocent.
Kamille - Relatives - 'Cupcake - Birthday - Party
Kamille, who was known to relatives as 'Cupcake', was abducted from a birthday party on October 12.
Investigators have not determined a motive for the kidnapping.
City - Kamille - Smith - Tuesday - News
'Tonight our entire city is in mourning. Kamille is gone,' Smith said at Tuesday's news conference.
'I would like to thank the public for all of the information, all of the tips, all of the video and for their cooperation with this police department during the course of this investigation.'
Smith - Investigators - Garbage - Deposits - Days
Smith said investigators had been watching garbage deposits across the 10 days that Kamille was missing.
Officials offered a $28,000 reward for information about her whereabouts.
Stallworth - Brown - Custody - Week - Charges
Stallworth and Brown were taken into custody last week on unrelated charges and named persons of interests in Kamille's disappearance.
The former was arrested for child porn charges and the later for violating probation conditions on...
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