3-year-old ‘Cupcake’ McKinney fought for a lifetime after kidnapping, intercourse attack: testimony
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — When Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney’s keeps were present in a dumpster at an Alabama landfill Oct. 22, the DNA regarding the guy accused of killing the 3-year-old had been discovered under her fingernails, in accordance with court testimony last week.
That guy, Patrick Devone Stallworth, had scratches on their upper body whilst in authorities custody into the times following toddler’s Oct. 12 abduction from outside a party at Birmingham’s Tom Brown Village general public housing complex, investigators said.
Cupcake’s DNA, along with this of Stallworth and their gf, Derick Iresha Brown, had been entirely on a plastic that is bloodstained obtained from a mattress within the couple’s house in the Woodside Condominiums in Center aim, AL.com reported.
Those details, and many other things, had been revealed Friday as Brown, 29, appeared in court for a initial hearing in Cupcake’s kidnapping and suffocation death, which left the Birmingham community on advantage for over a week as regional, state and federal police force officials scoured the town for the woman.
The city additionally mourned en masse with all the toddler’s household whenever her human body had been discovered.
Like Stallworth, 39, Brown is faced with money murder in Cupcake’s death, among other fees.
Tonight, in memory of Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney, City Hall is adorned in purple, her favorite color.
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