Montgomery County Police have charged an unemployed 18-year-old Rockville woman with attempted murder for allegedly abandoning her infant in the basement of a Bethesda apartment building June 19. The baby is currently with foster parents.

The woman, Rebecca Louise Camp, reported to the Bethesda police station Friday night with her attorney, in response to a police warrant issued a week earlier, a spokesman said.Camp maintained that the child is not hers, police said, but was charged and released on $10,000 bond.

The baby boy in question was discovered by a resident of the Parkside Apartments at 10631 Montrose Ave. in Bethesda in a trash can in the building's basement.

The infant was estimated to be four hours old and was taken to Children's Hospital and later placed in a foster home. Woman Charged In Case of Baby Found in Trash

Montgomery County Police have charged an unemployed 18-year-old Rockville woman with attempted murder for allegedly abandoning her infant in the basement of a Bethesda apartment building June 19. The baby is currently with foster parents.

The woman, Rebecca Louise Camp, reported to the Bethesda police station Friday night with her attorney, in response to a police warrant issued a week earlier, a spokesman said. Camp maintained that the child is not hers, police said, but was charged and released on $10,000 bond.

The baby boy in question was discovered by a resident of the Parkside Apartments at 10631 Montrose Ave. in Bethesda in a trash can in the building's basement.

The infant was estimated to be four hours old and was taken to Children's Hospital and later placed in a foster home.