CT woman accused by police, DCF of trafficking her child has no criminal history, court officials said.

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HARTFORD — The East Hartford woman who a state Department of Children and Families social worker allegedly allowed to flee while police were trying to serve an arrest warrant on a human trafficking charge Friday has no prior convictions, court officials said Monday.

Quiazinnia Hall, 33, of East Hartford, was at a Hartford DCF office having a supervised visit with her 4-year-old child when officers showed up to serve her with an arrest warrant, police said. The child is in foster care.

The arrest warrant charged Hall with trafficking human beings, conspiracy to second-degree sexual assault of a minor and sexual abuse of a minor, accessory to second-degree sexual assault of a minor and risk of injury to a child.

The DCF social worker, Melisa Roberson, “snuck” Hall and the child “out through a rear exit and drove her to another location” before the warrant could be served, police said. Hall later returned to the Hamilton Street building and was arrested. She was held over the weekend on $75,000 bond.

Roberson, 43, also of East Hartford, was charged by Hartford police with first-degree hindering prosecution and risk of injury to a minor. She was placed on paid administrative leave as police and DCF conduct separate investigations into the incident.

During Hall’s arraignment in Hartford Superior Court Monday, public defender Kalisha Raphael expressed concern that her client was nine months pregnant and facing a prolonged stint in jail if Judge Stephanie Damiani raised her bond to $350,000 as recommended by a prosecutor.

Hall has no custody of her other children, including the 4-year-old, and no criminal convictions, Raphael said.

“It would not be ideal for her to give birth,” while incarcerated, Raphael said. Hall is working at an Amazon warehouse and has several ties to the community, her attorney said.

Baldini opted to keep the bond at $75,000 and issued a protective order barring Hall from contact with one of the children. Court officials used the child’s initials and provided no other identifying information. Hall was in the process of bonding out late Monday afternoon, court officials said.

Due to the age of the child and the allegations, court officials must redact the warrant before it can be released to the public.

Roberson is free after posting $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Hartford Superior Court Wednesday.

DCF Commissioner Vannessa Dorantes said the agency responded immediately when notified that Roberson was accused of allowing Hall to leave.

“Our administration is built upon trust - with the children and families we serve, community partners and members of the public - with whom we engage on a daily basis,” Dorantes said in a statement. “We remain committed to holding ourselves accountable in transparent manner and a Human Resources investigation has commenced.”

“Due to the pending criminal charges and internal investigation, we are unable to comment further at this time,” Dorantes said.