News moved quickly through the community of about 5,100 people early Friday after police cars swarmed Williams' home.
That's now one number smaller."She's taking it as well as you can imagine. "I can't even begin to comprehend it." Even after all this time, the family never forgot the little girl ripped from her mother's arms that day.
Her mother, Shanara Mobley, told the Florida Times-Union newspaper on the 10th Anniversary of the kidnapping that on every one of Kamiyah's birthdays, she wrapped a piece of birthday cake in foil, and stuck it in her freezer."It's stressful to wake up every day, knowing that your child is out there and you have no way to reach her or talk to her," Mobley told the paper in 2008.
Stolen from a hospital just hours after she was born, an 18-year-old woman finally learned her true identity and was reunited Friday with her birth family, by video chat.
The woman she thought was her mother was charged with her kidnapping.
Students will also be asked to get involved with our Age Demands Action campaign by signing our petition, or show support for older people by writing a message on an ADA placard and sending us their photos, like these supporters in the photogallery below: Help Age International's Campaigns Co-ordinator Barbara Dockalova said: "We are so excited that young people from around the world will get to talk to these experts about the issues older people face and about the importance of older people in the society.