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After police found a 5-month-old baby under a pile of debris in the woods in Montana early Sunday, doctors now said the child is in good condition with some minor scrapes. Officials began their search on Saturday when they received reports of a man acting strangely and threatening others. A 32-year-old man named Francis Crowley indicated that a baby, left in his care, might be buried in the woods, NBC’s Craig Melvin reports for TODAY.