She said that conversation included concerns she said that woman had about her daughter and a baby.
"She said she had a daughter who wouldn't touch the baby, wouldn't feed the baby, wanted to sell the baby for $10,000," she said.
After making sure the baby she called "little man" was OK, Cattanio said she went to a motel down the street. That's where she believed they were staying, but she said they were nowhere to be found.
"I thought that they really did leave this baby," she said.
Wednesday, that motel's owner confirmed a family matching Cattanio's description had been renting a room since last week.
"[The family] didn't alarm us, but seems like she had some kind of issue. Sometimes we see they all are arguing," said the motel owner, who didn't want to give his name or show his face on camera.
Cattanio said she then called the Collier County Sheriff's Office, but just before authorities got there Lynn said the grandmother showed back up and took the baby back, only leaving behind a baby bottle.
"No sooner than she pulled out, 12 officers pulled in," Cattanio said.
The sheriff's office said it can't give any more information since the case is under investigation. The report said the Florida Department of Children and Families was contacted. We are working to find out where the child is and his condition.
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