Missing pregnant woman's body found wrapped in plastic, floating in river

Search Continues for Missing Fargo Woman

An autopsy has not yet been performed, but it appears that Greywind was not pregnant when she died.

Crews, who lives in the apartment with 32-year-old William Henry Hoehn, told police Savanna had left after helping her with her dress.

The body of a missing North Dakota woman who was eight months pregnant when she vanished was found on Sunday wrapped in plastic, police said.

"We will continue to pursue justice for Savanna", Fargo Police Chief David Todd said in a news conference Monday.

The complaint offers conflicting stories from the two suspects.

Authorities found the newborn in the apartment with Crews on Thursday.

The lady's folks have told police she went to a neighbor's flat to chip away at a sewing venture and never returned. The healthy infant is the custody of child protective services and is being cared for in a medical facility.

A criminal complaint stated Hoehn admitting removing garbage bags containing bloody towels and his own bloody shoes from the apartment and throwing them in an apartment dumpster in West Fargo.

Crews and Hoehn are also charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping and giving false information to police.

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Crews and Hoehn are not expected to enter pleas during their first hearing. She'll play on the common bond of them both being pregnant, even though she really isn't pregnant.

Neither showed much emotion, although Hoehn objected to the bail amount as "unattainable for any regular person".

Family members declined to comment outside the courtroom.

Todd said LaFontaine-Greywind's family had been notified.

A public vigil will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m.in Bismarck at the North Dakota State Capitol. "We have a lot of work ahead of us", he said Monday.

A woman charged with conspiring to murder her neighbour and kidnap her unborn baby allegedly told her partner "This is our baby, this is our family", according to police. Over the weekend, two kayakers found Greywind's body near a river. There are plenty of questions surrounding how she was found and how the baby was born.

WDAY reported that Greywind was due to give birth on September 20 and had already decided with her long-time boyfriend, Ashton Matheny, to name the baby Haisley Jo.

Before Greywind's body was found, locals were grappling with the idea she may have been the victim of "womb raiders" who forcibly took the baby, the Star Tribune reports.

Greywind was last seen at her apartment August 19.

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