The disheveled car thief complied with the request. He moved the car and then, to Blevin’s amazement, got out and immediately started trying to break into another vehicle. At that moment, a homeless woman called Mamas Ramirez approached Blevin. She was currently living in an RV which was parked up temporarily next door to Ciarra Construction. Ramirez explained to Blevin that the drug-addled man with the baby had knocked on her door earlier that morning. And now the woman was desperate for Blevin’s help.
“The lady tells me quietly, ‘Help me save this baby,’” Blevin told People magazine. “She said, ‘You have to save this baby. The guy tried to give it to me.’ I looked into the car and there is this beautiful chunky baby looking at me. The baby [was] calm, clean, with a bottle on his chest. I thought, ‘What is going on here?’”