National Briefing | Plains September 23, 2013
A Cherokee girl at the center of a long custody dispute was handed over to her adoptive parents, Matt and Melanie Capobianco, of South Carolina, on Monday night. The girl, Veronica, 4, had been living in the Cherokee Nation with her father, Dusten Brown, since she was 2. Before that, she lived with the Capobiancos. Her adoption was made final earlier this year, but Mr. Brown had appealed. The girl was handed over after the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled it would not intervene.
It's after midnight here and I am just going to cry...just cry... Trace