Police say a 26-year-old MI mother left her two infant daughters inside a suitcase next to garbage on the side of the road.
The woman has since been identified as Katrina Childress, 26.
Police say officers assisting Child Protective Services workers Wednesday were unable to find the children inside the Flint home, about 50 miles northwest of Detroit.
"Thanks to the Flint PD and thanks to DHHS - the children are unharmed and are fine at this time", Leyton said. Police say she's has a brief history of mental disease. Officers returned to the woman's house and discovered that two of her young children were nowhere to be found. Officers searched the area and found two infant girls inside a suitcase at the curbside, officials said. The children were transported to a local hospital.
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The woman then began to tidy up the home as Flint police waited outside for CPS to arrive.
The girls were taken to Hurley Medical Center and listed in good condition, reported MLive.
She was caught by police after a short pursuit. "They've worked with her before".