Reward Increased in Search for Kamille McKinney
The reward in a Birmingham kidnapping case has increased to $25,000. Crime Stoppers of Alabama is offering the extra money in the case of 3-year-old Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney. Police have been searching for Kamille since Saturday night, when witnesses told them that she left a party at Birmingham's Tom Brown Village housing community with a man and woman in a dark colored SUV.
A man and a woman were taken into police custody Sunday night for questioning after investigators found a vehicle matching the description of the SUV. The two have not been charged in Kamille's disappearance, but they have been charged in unrelated cases, police said.
Patrick Devone Stallworth was charged with four counts of possession of child pornography and three counts of possession of child pornography with intent to distribute. Investigators said the pornography was found on Stallworth's cellphone. He posted bond today and was released from jail.
Derrick Irisha Brown is being held on a probation revocation with no bond. Her probation was for an unrelated kidnapping.
So far, police have not found any connection between the two and Kamille's family. Investigators are waiting for DNA evidence to determine whether Kamille was ever in the vehicle with the pair.