This couple is more a shitstain on the rural Georgia than I originally believed, which is a pretty hard thing to do. In August, they were called in for busting out the windows of their rented trailer and a week after the baby was born the skank-bitch abandon their kids with a cousin. Her parents took exception with that.
UPDATE (Oct. 14, 8 a.m.): The Covington News obtained transcripts of two 911 calls reported from Lot 31 of the Eagle Point Mobile Home Park prior to the Oct. 7 incident.
According to the transcripts, 911 calls were made on Aug. 22 and Oct. 3. Crystal Marks, of Covington-Newton 911 Center, said she was unsure of when the McNabb family started living at the address, but it does not appear to be earlier than 2017.
According to the Aug. 22 transcript, another resident of the mobile home park called to report the tenants of Lot 31 were "busting windows out of the home."
911 Audio - Aug. 22
Aug. 22, 2017 911 call report
According to the Oct. 3 transcript, the complainant's parents picked up both her two-year-old daughter and newborn without her permission. She was able to get her two-year-old out of the vehicle, but the newborn had left the scene with her parents. The report does not state the name of the complainant.
911 Audio - Oct. 3 Cortney Bell call
Oct. 3, 2017 911 Call Report
The News removed the contact information from the audio files.
UPDATE (Oct. 13, 9:30 p.m.): A family member of Caliyah C. McNabb has asked The Covington News to advise community members that the funeral for Caliyah has already happened. Any GoFundMe campaigns set up to fund funeral expenses are a not connected with the family.
UPDATE (Oct. 12, 8:25 a.m.): Christopher Michael McNabb appeared in front of Judge Melanie Bell for his first appearance in the Newton County Jail this morning. In the hearing, he was denied bond and refused a public defender.
Cortney "What kind of mother would I be if I didn't leave my toddler and week old baby with my cousin for a day or two while my man and I were doing some ice?" Bell