LONDON, Ky. (AP) -- A grand jury in southeastern Kentucky has indicted a mother on charges she traded her newborn son for a truck.
WLEX and WKYT reported Friday the grand jury in Laurel County chose not to indict a couple police had said were also involved.
The grand jury indicted Heather Kaminsky on charges of prohibited act or practice in the adoption of a child, as well as unlawful possession of meth precursors.
She is to be arraigned in Laurel Circuit Court on Sept. 21.
Investigators say Kaminsky traded her newborn son to Jeremy and Jaimee Brown for a 1999 Dodge pickup truck that she later sold. The grand jury chose not to indict the Browns.