Abducted Baby Found Safe, Weekend Weather, Officials Look for Motive in French Plane Crash

Abducted Baby Found Safe, Weekend Weather, Officials Look for Motive in French Plane Crash

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland Police have found the missing one-month-old girl.

Around 10:15 a.m. Friday, Kemyra Foust was located. Details of where and how she was found have not been released.
Police say her alleged abductor Ramon Ogletree was found as well. 
Police issued an Amber Alert just after 6 a.m. Friday morning. 6-week-old Kemyra was abducted from 1218 E. 113th Street.
The department has scheduled a news conference to update the public. 

FRIDAY: Colder-wind chill in Mid-teens, plus the possibility of Lake effect snow flurries. HIGH: 31

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly Cloudy still could see snow.  LOW:16

SATURDAY: Partly sunny and cold! HIGH: 29

SATURDAY NIGHT: Cold cold temps. LOW: 18

SUNDAY: Cold and partly cloudy. Possible rain-mix showers overnight. HIGH: 41

PARIS (AP) - Passengers with moments to live screamed in terror and the pilot frantically pounded on the locked cockpit door as a 27-year-old German co-pilot deliberately and wordlessly smashed an Airbus carrying 150 people into an Alpine mountainside.
The account Thursday of the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525 prompted some airlines to immediately impose stricter cockpit rules - and raised haunting questions about the motive of the co-pilot, whose breathing never wavered as he destroyed the plane and the lives of those aboard.
"We have no idea of the reason," Marseille Prosecutor Brice Robin said, revealing the chilling conclusions investigators reached after reconstructing the final minutes of the flight from the plane's black box voice recorder. Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's intention was "to destroy this plane."
French, German and U.S. officials said there was no indication of terrorism. The prosecutor did not elaborate on why investigators do not suspect a political motive; instead they're focusing on the co-pilot's "personal, family and professional environment" to try to determine why he did it.

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