Law enforcement officials say two neighbors of LaFontaine-Greywind, 22, conspired to kill her when she was eight months pregnant because the neighbors wanted to steal her baby.
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner says the Fargo woman, who was eight months pregnant when she suddenly disappeared died of "homicidal violence". A thorough investigation is still under way, and Greywind's body will undergo an autopsy to determine her exact cause of death and her child's manner of birth. The conspiracy to commit kidnapping charge is punishable by up to 20 years in jail and a sizeable fine.
Questions remain about how the baby girl was delivered and what happened to her mother after she was born.
Authorities recovered the body Sunday evening, August 27, after receiving a report from kayakers who came across it while boating on the Red River.
According to The Washington Post police believe the healthy infant is probably LaFontaine-Greywind's daughter.
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It was about 2:30 p.m., an hour after their neighbor Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind told her parents she was going to Hoehn's and Crews' apartment. She was never seen again until her body was discovered. Police responded and found the body, wrapped in plastic and duct taped, stuck against a tree sticking out of the water in the middle of the river.
Experts had previously said it was possible Greywind was the victim of womb raiders, people who cut babies out of pregnant women to steal them. "She wouldn't just leave that lady's apartment and go somewhere", she told the paper.
She was taken to a hospital and is now in the custody of Cass County Social Services, authorities said.
According to FCCNN, Clay County Sheriff Bill Bergquist said a farmstead, south of where the woman's body was found, is being treated as a crime scene.
At that point, Todd said, they were arrested and charged with felony conspiracy to commit kidnapping.
According to Twin Cities Pioneer Press, the two suspects have already told investigators that the child belongs to Savanna.