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CrimeTeen accused of leaving newborn in dumpster cited for abuse

00:00  13 june  2019
00:00  13 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Teen accused of leaving newborn in dumpster cited for abuse© The Associated Press This photo released Tuesday, June 11, 2019, by the Stockton Police Department shows the scene where an abandoned baby was found in Stockton, Calif. An apartment building resident heard cries and notified the manager, who pulled the child from the building's dumpster. Authorities say a teenager accused of abandoning her newborn baby was cited for child abuse and will be released to her parents after she leaves the hospital. The Stockton Police Department says the boy was found wrapped in a plastic bag Tuesday afternoon in Stockton, south of Sacramento. (Stockton Police Department via AP)

STOCKTON, Calif. — A teenager accused of abandoning her newborn baby in a building's dumpster in Northern California in scorching heat was cited for child abuse and will be released to her parents after she leaves the hospital, police said Wednesday.

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Two people found the boy wrapped in a blanket inside a plastic bag Tuesday afternoon in Stockton, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Sacramento. Officers later found his 15-year-old mother while canvassing the apartment complex, but it's unclear if she lives there, Stockton Police Department spokesman Officer Joseph Silva said.

An apartment complex resident heard cries and notified the manager, who pulled the child from the building's dumpster, Silva said.

The boy still had his umbilical cord and was taken to a hospital, where he was doing well Wednesday, he said.

It's unclear how long the child was in the dumpster, when temperatures in the area reached 102 degrees (39 Celsius).

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"We refer those calls to Child Protective Services," which is caring for the baby boy, Silva said.

Apartment managers told KTXL-TV they spotted the girl walking into the complex Tuesday morning and did not recognize her as one of their renters.

No one answered at the unit where she was found. No one living nearby could tell KTXL who lived there.

Detectives are still trying to determine her connection to the building, Silva said.

Silva called the resident and the building manager who found the boy heroes and said they probably prevented the newborn's death.

"If they did not spring into action so quickly, this incident could have become a tragedy," he said.

Resident Troy Cooper told the Stockton Record he was returning home from visiting a friend when he heard what sounded like a kitten and a baby crying at the same. Something told him to investigate, and it was then that he saw something moving inside the dumpster.

Cooper was unable to get into the dumpster so he called on-site manager John Pedebone.

"I tried to listen, and I saw the bag was moving," Pedebone said. "My first thought was that it was probably a dog, but when I listened carefully, I could hear the baby."

Pedebone, who has four children, said that as a father he was left feeling saddened and confused but found comfort in knowing the baby is doing well.

"Hopefully," he said, "everything will be fine."

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