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A young mother accused of giving birth to a healthy baby boy at a hospital in California, and then to strangle him the next day in the maternity ward, with her boyfriend.
The doctors in California. John’s Medical Center in Oxnard, and all possible efforts to revive the Baby, Diego, california, on Friday on a 10-hour period of time, prior to his death, The Los Angeles Times reported.
Sgt. Dr. Ordelheide said his mother, Andrea, Torralba, 20, and her boyfriend, David, Villa, 21, told investigators on Friday morning, and she had choked the Baby to school, until he was unconscious, the paper reported.
The data showed that both the Nuraghe and the Villa was born in Mexico, and their nationality was not clear.
Other David, Villa, 21, left, and Andrea Torralba, 20, accused in the death by strangulation of her newborn baby boy at a Southern California hospital on Friday.
(Oxnard Police department via AP)
“By the looks of the nursing staff, they did everything they could to try and revive the child,” Ordelheide said to the newspaper. “I can tell you that this is probably one of the worst things that they can get is something like this, but we’re still trying to figure out what happened.”
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The sergeant said, Torralba told the researchers that they do not want to have the baby out of the country, it was not the father’s, the paper reported.
The Villa’s occupation was listed in online jail records as an “employee.”
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He Torralba, and was arrested on the charge of murder of a child resulting in death. Their bail has been set at $5 million each.
St. John’s issued a statement, according to KCBS-TV, to read: “While we have to deal with the tragedy of the events of each day, the staff of the St. John’s Regional Medical Center have been affected by the alleged incident. In the midst of this investigation, it is time to remind our community of the California’s Safe Surrender Law, which new-born babies can be dropped off at a safe surrender site, such as hospitals, fire stations, and police stations, and within 72 hours of birth, with no questions asked.”