Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney: Update Found Dead In Dumpster


Update Kamille Cupcake McKinney was found dead on 10/22/19–in a Birmingham landfill dumpster. (autopsy and confirmation pending). Police have charged and arrested Patrick Stallworth and Derick Brown with kidnapping and capital murder. Police believe she was dumped in a dumpster close to where she was abducted before it was taken to the landfill.

Original article—Kamille Cupcake McKinney, age 3, was snatched from a Birmingham, Alabama birthday party Saturday night October 12, at around 8:00 and 8:30 p.m. She was abducted by an unknown couple who sped away in an old, black or dark blue Toyota 4 Runner with rims and a brown or tan discolored protruding bumper, according to the children who witnessed the abduction. Relatives say the party was held at the Tom Brown Village housing projects in section of Birmingham called Avondale when the man and woman kidnapped her. An Amber Alert has been issued. Kamille McKinney (Cupcake McKinney) is listed as in extreme danger.

Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney is a three-year-old black female, who stands 3 feet tall, and weighs between 50 and 60 pounds. The brown-eyed girl has black hair and was last seen wearing a pink T-shirt with leopard print Minnie Mouse shorts and yellow, white, and blue ribbons in her hair.

In a news conference, Deputy Chief Scott Praytor told WVTM-13 that child abductions in the Birmingham area are rare and that police want all the help they can get to bring the child back home safely. He has no reason to believe the kidnappers have crossed state lines.




Posted by WVTM 13 on Saturday, October 12, 2019




WATCH: BPD update on abducted 3-year-old Camille “Cupcake” McKinney. She was taken during a birthday party at the Tom Brown Village housing complex. Anyone with pictures or video of the birthday party is asked to please turn it over to BPD as they investigate. You can do that by calling the South Precinct (205) 254-2793 or anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers (205) 254-7777.

Posted by CBS 42 on Sunday, October 13, 2019



Anyone with information or video footage from the party should call the South Precinct (205) 254-2793 or anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers (205) 254-7777.


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