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UPDATE: Levy, Parrie taken into custody in Alabama, baby is safe

Charges are pending against the pair
Posted at 4:32 PM, Jan 11, 2020

UPDATE: State Police say Shaun Levy and Brittany Parrie have been taken into custody in Monroeville, Alabama. Baby Levy was transported by ambulance to a hospital in Monroe County. She is listed in stable condition. Charges against Levy and Parrie are pending.

(Original story) Sabine Parish – The Louisiana State Police has issued a Level II Endangered/Missing Child Advisory on behalf of the Many Police Department. The advisory is for a newborn baby that was taken from Sabine Medical Center, 240 Highland Drive, Many, LA. The incident occurred early this morning around 3:55 a.m.

The female newborn was born early this morning around 1:00 a.m., with a life-threatening condition, and was set to be transported to a hospital in Shreveport for medical intervention. The parents, Shaun Levy (W/M 39 yoa) and Brittany Parrie (W/F 28 yoa) left the hospital, with the newborn, in a black 2002 Cadillac Escalade. The Cadillac may be displaying a Texas license plate (KMR9144) or a personalized Alpha Phi Alpha Alabama license plate (51BG793). Levy recently registered the vehicle in Alabama on January 7, 2020, so it is possible the Texas plate is still displayed on the vehicle.

Brittany Parrie
Shaun Levy

Levy is to be considered armed and dangerous.

Baby Levy and Parrie both had intravenous drip feeds (IVs) connected at time of departure.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of any of these subjects should immediately contact the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at 318-256-9241, the Sabine Parish CID (Criminal Investigations Division) Office at 318-590-9475, or Sgt. Michelle King with the Louisiana State Police at HQ Communications 225-925-6636.