On Wednesday morning, in Pontiac, Michigan, a 37-year-old woman was acting very suspiciously. She was hiding in bushes, ringing doorbells and eventually made her way to a middle school, where she banged on the doors.
Locals said she was going on about being chased by someone with guns. Cops responded to 911 calls about the woman, arriving shortly after 8:30 a.m.
While the woman didn’t seem to be in her right mind, authorities were able to determine, after talking with her, that she did have a baby — referred to as “Carter” by Supervisor Chris Barnett.
A search was immediately begun. Based on where the woman had wandered, a search grid was created and 13 sheriff’s patrol cars and a K-9 were sent to hunt for the infant.
Officers noticed that the woman had burrs stuck to her pants, so they knew to look in a wooded area. That observation paid