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(Indio California-AP) -- A Colorado Springs woman who allegedly
orchestrated the kidnapping of her 9-year-old son pleaded not guilty today.
Thirty-eight-year-old Debra Rose appeared in a California
courtroom on charges of child abduction, felony burglary and felony
assault. Rose is accused in the kidnapping of her son Nicholas
Farber who was taken at gunpoint August 28th from his father's home
in Palm Desert California.
The boy was found safe with his mother three days later at a
campground east of San Diego.
Three others accused of helping her carry out the abduction also
Rose was ordered held on one million dollars bail.
A bail hearing is scheduled Friday.
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