MIAMI (AP) - A South Florida woman facing charges of trying to sell her baby has been granted supervised visits with her three children.
Officials say 30-year-old Kenia Quiala Bosque's first visit with the children will take place Wednesday. She hasn't seen the children since her Dec. 4 arrest. Authorities say she tried to sell her youngest son for $7,000.
The Miami Herald (http://bit.ly/uqEieP ) reports Bosque pleaded not guilty and was released last week on a $25,000 bond.
The newspaper reports Bosque borrowed money to make bond. The children are living with her estranged husband, Osmani Pelegrin. He told a judge Tuesday that the children had a great Christmas but don't know why their mother is gone.
Bosque's arraignment is set for Jan. 6. No phone number was available for her.
Information from: The Miami Herald, http://www.herald.com
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