Kenia Bosque, a mother who faces charges of trying to sell her baby, was told Tuesday from Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Michael Hanzman that she would be permitted two-hour visits three times a week with her children.
The Florida Department of Children and Families will supervise the first visit on Wednesday. Since December 4th, when she was arrested, Bosque has not seen her children. The mother allegedly offered her youngest son to an acquaintance from Monroe County for $7,000 in cash, but the acquaintance then tipped off the police. Even though Bosque didn’t show up to complete the deal on December 3rd the authorities still had enough evidence in recorded phone conversations to make the arrest. Records show that her Op-locka landlord had started the eviction process prior to her arrest. Bosque has pleaded not guilty and was released last week on a $25,000 bond that she borrowed to pay her bail and is living in Hialeah with friends while she is looking for work. Her arraignment in this criminal case will be on January 6th and her separate custody case will be set two days later. Do you think Bosque is innocent? For more information go to .
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