After an eight-months pregnant woman went missing last Saturday, a newborn infant was found in the North Dakota apartment building where she was last seen, police said.
Both Crews and Hoehn were present when police made the discovery and they were arrested.
Todd said Greywind had gone to the apartment to help with a sewing project before disappearing.
Not long before 3 p.m., the apartment building at 2825 9th St. N.in Fargo was cordoned off with police tape, and was evacuated.
After further investigation, they issued a search warrant.
The baby found at the apartment was taken to the hospital by authorities.
The baby girl is now receiving medical attention at a local hospital while in custody of Child Protective Services. "At this point in time, we are not able to confirm if this newborn infant is Savanna Greywind's child or not, and we do not have information that tells us where Savanna Greywind is".
A child care service was working with Greywind's extended family to make sure the baby has clothes, food and a auto seat.
Greywind's family, who also live in the same apartment complex reported her missing Saturday afternoon.More news: GOP senator wants details on border wall construction
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Formal charges are pending against Hoehn and Crews.
The couple had been preparing to move into an apartment together, Matheny told the paper. They had picked the name Haisley Jo.
According to a report in The West Fargo Pioneer newspaper, police in nearby Grand Forks were also canvassing neighborhoods as part of the investigation into Greywind's disappearance. "She's at priority number one. She's always been No. 1", Matheny said Thursday.
Todd did not give any details about the two people in custody. The investigation has included aircraft and watercraft searches, as well as using K-9s.
Todd said that specialized search teams were dispatched to search the area and that a cadaver dog pointed towards what appeared to be an abandoned vehicle.
A moment floor neighbor in the family's loft building said that he and a flat mate heard maintained clamor in the washroom over their condo on Saturday evening, as per the Pioneer.
Then he heard the shower turn on: "It seemed kind of odd". The newborn is at Sanford Medical Center.
At least 100 volunteers furnished with maps, bug spray and bottled water were searching areas near the Red River in north Fargo for signs of Greywind.
She said police had told her the FBI was being kept informed about the case, but as of Thursday morning there was nothing to indicate the FBI had jurisdiction to join the investigation officially.