ON Friday afternoon, Sept. 21, 2007, Miriam Gallegos approached a stranger in a parking lot in Denver’s Golden Triangle and asked to use her cell phone.
Miriam, who held a little girl’s coat in her hands, said that someone had just stolen her baby.
It was a lie spoken too late.
Neveah, her three-year-old daughter, was already dead — and she knew it.
Miriam thought up the kidnapping ploy to give her boyfriend and registered sex offender Angel Ray Montoya time to dispose of the body.