Baba gevind met FECES-bedekte fopspeen, sere, en kombers geweek in urine

A BABY was found in poor health and covered in human waste while police officers were investigating a domestic dispute, verslae sê.

The infant was reportedly found lying in feces in a crib and covered in sores by sheriff’s deputies, who were investigating a disturbance at the Pinellas County home in Tampa, Florida.

Doreen Wakefield was arrested

Doreen Wakefield was arrested

The child was found lying in its own feces, in a crib that was also covered in fecal matter and a urine-soaked blanket, Volgens WFLA.

The baby was sucking on a pacifier that was covered in feces and wrapped in a blanket that was soaked with urine and human waste, according to one deputy at the scene.

Deputies responded to a domestic dispute after Doreen Wakefield, 21, allegedly battered her girlfriend and shoved her through a door around 2.30 op Saterdagoggend, WFLA reported.

They were reportedly intoxicated during the fight, which took place in front of the baby, according to an affidavit obtained by the newspaper.

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Another document said Wakefield was holding the baby during the alleged altercation.

After her arrest, police found the child.

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Deputies reportedly said could be from sitting in its own urine or from chafing.

Wakefield was charged with neglect of a child and domestic battery.

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