A pregnant woman who went to the Chicago House in response to the Facebook offer of free baby clothes suffocated and her baby was cut off from her womb, the police and family said. The baby was in a difficult situation and was not expected to survive.
Four people are under investigation and three have been arrested, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told CBS Chicago. One of the people in custody is considered a person of interest, station reports.
Charges, including murder, will be filed on Thursday afternoon, Guglielmi said.
The body of Marlene Ochs, and Ah-Oriusjoy, 19, was found this Wednesday behind the house.On April 23, the paramedics were called that day to the house a few miles from the southern side of a baby born with breathing problems.
"We believe she was murdered, and we believe that the baby was forcibly removed following this murder," said Gogielami, calling him "an indescribable act of violence."
According to WLS-TV, 911 transmits that a 46-year-old woman called to say she gave birth 10 minutes earlier and the baby was pale and blue and did not breathe.
Oahu's family and Ourostagui, a married mother of his three-year-old son, said a Facebook woman seduced her into the house by offering a stroller and baby clothes. Cecilia Garcia, the family spokeswoman, said that Ocho-Oriosego met the woman through a Facebook group called Aister Out.
"She gave clothes, ostensibly under pretense, that her daughters got clothes and they had all those extra clothes," Garcia said.
One neighbor told CBS Chicago that on April 23 the woman who lived in the house ran a new baby and a blood-stained shirt, but she had no blood on her gray trousers. The neighbor said that the woman told her, "I just had the baby, and it does not breathe."
A spokesman for the fire department confirmed to CBS Chicago that a distressed baby had been transferred to an ambulance from the same address around 6:00 pm. This day.
Garcia said the police had informed the DNA family approved on Tuesday that the baby was Ocho and Oriostugui.
"It looks surreal, you see those things in the movies," Garcia said to the station. "You never know anyone, people really are that evil.
Ochs's family has been looking for her since her disappearance more than three weeks ago, organizing search parties and urging the police to update the investigation. With the passing of May 5, the family held a press conference, begging everyone who has information.
Ochs mother said that her daughter looked normal before her disappearance and was already contracting. Speaking in Spanish, she said she doubted her daughter would leave her young son, and said she was afraid she might have been kidnapped.
On Thursday, her husband, Yovovi Lopez, visited his son at the hospital and called him Yadiel, reported in the Chicago Sun Times.
"Why these people, why these bad guys, do it? She did not do anything to them," Lopez told the WLS. "She was a good person."