Woman Shot By Ex Uses Dying Words To Save Baby Son's Life

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Authorities said if it wasn't for Mangas and the Amber Alert, they probably wouldn't have captured him as quickly as they did.

Nathan Hartsock, Delta City's Chief of Police declared that the case of the 10-month-old missing child had been brought to a conclusion after the child's kidnapper was apprehended.

"Where's Wintson?" she repeatedly asked police before she died in hospital shortly after. According to court documents cited by WTOL, the suspect - while he was holding a knife - told Mangas he'd kill her in her sleep if she left him.

Police say James Ramey took the toddler just after 5 a.m. from a home in Delta.

It's been reported she was also taken by James and was being held against her will.

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Police say Ramey will be charged with aggravated murder and other counts.

"We did search the house, and she did give us the name of Mr Ramey". Officers found Ms. Mangas and Winston in the driveway of their residence in the 2500 block of Broadway Street.

Toledo ABC affiliate 13abc Action News is reporting that Ramey shot and killed the boy's mother before taking the child. Deborah and baby Winston are both safe, but Ramey faces serious charges of kidnapping and aggravated murder.

Ramey is also accused of violating a protection order in February by allegedly contacting Mangas via social media messenger.

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