CHICAGO (AP) – Illinois' Child Employment Agency says more than two weeks have passed before it was warned that a woman taken to a hospital in the Chicago area with a seriously ill newborn Perhaps not his mother, even though she arrived at the blood and showed no sign of birth.
Clarisa Figueroa is accused of killing the 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez. The Chicago police say she beats Ochoa-Lopez's baby out of her womb on April 23, then called 911 to report that she had born a baby who didn't breathe. Paramedics took Figueroa and the child to attorney Christ Medical Center in the suburbs of Oak Lawn.
Spokesman for Children and Family Beings Jassen (JAY son) Strokosch said on Saturday the agency was warned on May 9 that there were questions about who was the custody of the child to make medical decisions.
The hospital declined to say whether or when it contacted the authorities.