FLEMINGTON, N.J. – A family court hearing for the parents of three New Jersey children with Nazi-inspired names has been postponed.
Heath and Deborah Campbell were scheduled to appear in court in Hunterdon County on Thursday.
The children, ranging in age from 3 to under 1, were removed from their home Friday by state child welfare officials.
The family drew attention last month when a supermarket bakery refused to put the name of the oldest — Adolf Hitler Campbell — on a birthday cake.
A spokeswoman for the state Division of Youth and Family Services says the state would not remove children from a home simply because of their names.
No date was released for a new hearing. Family court proceedings are not open to the public.