`A stolen car that had a kidnapped baby and a cell phone inside has become the center of a new controversy.
The parents of the kidnapped baby are outraged that the phone that could have been used to find the baby was not. [..]
When the parents called 911 they also realized that the father’s Sprint cell phone with GPS locator technology was also in the car.
NBC4 reported that Sprint wouldn’t provide a location to the parents or to the deputies.
“The deputies were told that Sprint had the location of the vehicle but that they could not disclose it to them because they needed to pay the $25 fee for a subpoena or fill out some forms,” said Stephanie.
Almost 2 ½ hours later a passer-by spotted the SUV abandoned a mile away.’