And not a California and that bizarre case involving a couple in their fake babies lifelike dolls. The -- woman trying to gain access to a hospital maternity ward local hospitals and police on the... See More
And not a California and that bizarre case involving a couple in their fake babies lifelike dolls. The -- woman trying to gain access to a hospital maternity ward local hospitals and police on the alert. We have more now on the mystery from ABC's Ryan Owens. A California woman is under arrest tonight accused of trespassing at a maternity ward near Fresno. Police say 41 year old -- -- and her husband Dallas brought their life like BB Dole's not once but twice this week to this maternity ward. Police say they were talking to the dolls even cooing at them like they were real infants. The second time Tanya -- was wearing nurse's scrubs concerned hospital security called police. It's really scary and mean. I just had my -- like a year ago and that was my main concern is to always wanting to make sure who had -- On poses FaceBook page she features a picture of one of the dolls. And says she sells -- The idea of unauthorized people wandering through a maternity ward makes a lot of people nervous some hospitals now place a tiny bracelet on a newborns wrist or ankle if someone tries to remove it. Nurses are instantly notified and electronic security locks -- throughout the ward that's how California police called this woman. Dressed as a nurse. Trying to steal a baby in 2012. Somebody had tried to walk out with a baby in a -- and we -- It's it's lurking here Alex. Police aren't sure why -- brought the dolls to the maternity ward but her presence there was more than just creepy. Tonight detectives say it was also a crime. Ryan Owens ABC news Los Angeles.
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