In Parker’s Tuesday court appearance, the prosecutor argued for a $250,000 bail. The judge agreed on a higher bail, but set it at $150,000. Parker’s attorney wanted her released. Parker appeared to take cell phone photos minutes before her court hearing, including one of the KIRO-TV reporters who was there to cover the proceeding.
Investigators said the suspect came to the victim’s residence three times to photograph the woman’s newborn.
“If you have been contacted by a woman named ‘Juliette Parker,’ ‘Juliette Noel’ or ‘Juliette Gains’ who posed as a photographer and believe you are a victim, please give our detectives a call as soon as possible at 253-798-7724,” Troyer said in a statement.
Elysia Miller, the mom who said Parker drugged her and planned to take her baby girl, talked with reporters after the court hearing.
“I’m terrified she could come back,” Miller said.
Miller said she now carries a knife, machete and pepper spray to protect herself in case Parker comes back.