Georgia Woman Busted-Left Baby in Plastic Bag and Dumped Her in Woods

In 2019, “Baby India” was found with her umbilical cord still attached inside a plastic bag dumped in the woods in Forsyth County, Georgia.

Four years of investigation have paid off, and the child’s mother has been arrested.

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Forsyth County Sheriff Ron Freeman identified “Bay India’s Mother as Karima Jiwani, 40.

“This investigation has taken thousands of hours, and we never stopped in those four years. I stood in this room and told you we would bring them to justice. Little did I know it would take four years,” Freeman said.

Karima Jiwani

The sheriff also revealed that Jiwani had a history of concealed pregnancies; however, he said investigations hadn’t found additional criminal acts like this.

Authorities say they were able to use DNA evidence to identify the baby’s father ten months ago.

They say Jiwani gave birth in her car and drove around for a significant amount of time before abandoning the baby.

Neighbors heard a baby crying and discovered “Baby India” tied up in the bag in June 2019.

In the days after the incident, Channel 2 Action News showed you a body camera video of when deputies tore open the bag to find the newborn with her umbilical cord still attached. The footage shows officers frantically wrapping the crying baby in a jacket.

Alan Ragatz said it was an “act of God” that he and his daughters found the newborn. Once again, Sheriff Freeman thanked the Ragatz family and the Forsyth County community for supporting Baby India.

“Baby India is now prosperous, happy, and healthy. When those who were supposed to do their best did their worst to her, Forsyth County stepped up in a big way. We had hundreds, if not thousands, of citizens, asking how they could help…. Forsyth County surrounded this little girl with love, care, and prayers and lifted her up the way it’s supposed to be,” the sheriff said.

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Jiwani faces multiple charges, including an attempt to commit murder, cruelty to children in the first degree, reckless abandonment, and other charges.

She will first appear at the Forsyth County Jail on Saturday morning.

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