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There was indication of alleged foul play as the furniture was misplaced about the front room and debris was being thrown about by the alleged suspect. With a strength belying her physical size and stature, I witnessed as she lifted the end of the approximately seven foot long couch and heaved it out from in front of the room's large window, then appeared to search through the items that were previously behind the piece of furniture. I noticed at this time that there was evidence of blood on the suspects clothing, hands and face.

I announced myself to her, as she had not noticed me in the entryway, and she collapsed and ceased her actions. Since I was the only responding police officer on location I had my back to the door as I spoke with her. She seemed to immediately calm herself as I radioed ECC to request for a medical team and assisting officers and I then requested that she remain on the floor.

Frammer began crying and became somewhat unresponsive when questioned about the destruction, in response she repeated the statement, "She took my baby", several times but did not answer to my questions. When I inquired to whom she was referring, the 'she' made in her statement, she replied, "You won't believe me", and would not elaborate any further.

Upon arrival of assisting officers I began my initial investigation of the premises. In every room the furniture had been piled or had been placed in a manner of inconsistency. Upon further investigation I found evidence of a child at the residence but I was not able to locate the child in question.

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