The day after Kamille's abduction, police arrested Patrick Stallworth, 39, whose Toyota Sequoia matched the description of the vehicle given by the other children.
Kamille went missing around 8:30 p.m. October 12 while attending a birthday party at Tom Brown Village, a public housing community in Birmingham.
The Police picked up Stallworth and Brown, his girlfriend the day after Kamille got missing.
Birmingham Police held a press conference this evening, more than a week after the child was abducted.
Stallworth, who was back in police custody Tuesday, was previously charged with four counts of possession of child pornography and three counts of possession of child pornography with intent to distribute.
Moments after Kamille's remains were found, a team of police already in position carried out a search warrant at a home in Midfield where Stallworth was taken into custody on suspicion of capital murder and kidnapping.
Neither suspect has a connection to Kamille or her family.
According to AL.com, hundreds of false sightings of Kamille poured in as the city searched for the child.
"Our further investigations will reveal what happened after that", he added.
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"I wish I had all of you gathered here with good news".
Gov. Kay Ivey, in a statement Tuesday night, offered her condolences to Kamille's family.
"We believe that this was something they thought about and acted upon".
Those charges are unrelated to Kamille's disappearance, Smith said.
"This young child has touched a nation", said Smith.
"Tonight, right now, at this moment that we're standing in, I ask one of this community - not to take sides, not to finger point", Woodfin said. "Hold your loved ones a little tighter".
"To the family of Kamille, I speak on behalf of all the residents and the city to know that your pain, your grief, your tears, your anger, your sadness, your many questions, your pain is not ignored". The video ends just after the two children follow the second man out of view of the camera. Crimestoppers then offered a $20,000 reward.
"The first man who walked by in the video, he may have pertinent information that will help us", Smith said last week.
"We can no longer assume that everyone is part of the village that is trying to raise the child", Smith said.
The chief said he hopes that this message is not lost: "To young mothers, to grandmothers and to the entire Birmingham community, it only takes a split second. We can not take those things for granted".