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  • Steve Reed was a clerk at the Motel 6 in Portland in 2002 when he recognized two guests who were the target of a nationwide manhunt after the body of an infant was discovered in their abandoned pop-up camper. Reed, whose own daughter was dying at the time, was credited by police with saving the life of the young baby the couple was traveling with. Reed is publishing a book about the impact the experience had on his life.
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    Steve Reed was a clerk at the Motel 6 in Portland in 2002 when he recognized two guests who were the target of a nationwide manhunt after the body of an infant was discovered in their abandoned pop-up camper. Reed, whose own daughter was dying at the time, was credited by police with saving the life of the young baby the couple was traveling with. Reed is publishing a book about the impact the experience had on his life.

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  • Jane Riseman and husband Walter look on as their foster child, Michael William Riseman, draws before the start of the adoption ceremony in Portland in 2005. The Risemans adopted Michael, who had been known as "Baby Jason" when he was found near death in a Portland motel. Michael was a month old when his parents were arrested in April 2002 at a Motel 6 in Portland. Police say the father, Jason Hann, confessed to killing two other children, a daughter in California and his son in Vermont.
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    In this 2005 file photo, Jane Riseman and husband Walter look on as their foster child, Michael William Riseman, draws before the start of the adoption ceremony, Monday, Nov. 7, 2005 in Portland. The Risemans adopted Michael, who had been known as

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  • This undated image provided by the Riverside County (Calif.) Sheriff's Department shows Jason Michael Hann, who pleaded not guilty on Nov. 6, 2009, to murdering his 2-month-old daughter, whose body was stuffed in a trash bag and accompanied the family for nine months before it was left in an Arkansas storage unit, authorities said.
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    This undated image provided by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department shows Jason Michael Hann, who pleaded not guilty Friday Nov. 6, 2009 to murdering his 2-month-old daughter, whose body was stuffed in a trash bag and accompanied the family for nine months before it was left in an Arkansas storage unit, authorities said.

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  • This undated image released by the Riverside County (Calif.) Sheriff's Department shows Krissy Lynn Werntz, who was indicted by a Riverside County grand jury in  September, along with her boyfriend, Jason Michael Hann, and accused of murdering their 2-month-old daughter then putting her in a trash bag and driving her body around the country.
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    This undated image released by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department shows Krissy Lynn Werntz, who was indicted by a Riverside County grand jury in September, along with her boyfriend, Jason Michael Hann, and accused of murdering their two-month-old daughter then putting her in a trash bag and driving her body around the country.

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  • In this 2002 file photo, Portland Police Chief Michael Chitwood looks on as Steve Reed of Bowdoinham tells how he recognized the couple that checked into the Motel 6 at Exit 8 where he was the night clerk on duty.
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    In this 2002 file photo, Portland Police Chief Michael Chitwood looks on as Steve Reed of Bowdoinham tells how he recognized the couple that checked into the Motel 6 at Exit 8 where he was the night clerk on duty.

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  • Krissy Werntz, left, and Jason Hann, center, are escorted from the Cumberland County Courthouse in 2002 by an unidentified deputy following a custody hearing.
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    In this 2002 file photo, Krissy Werntz, left, and Jason Hann, center, are escorted from the Cumberland County Courthouse by an unidentified deputy following a custody hearing in this 2002 file photo. The Associated Press

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