THREE people have been arrested in the case of a 19-day-old infant’s horror death.
The baby was tragically found dead in a filthy Nevada home in October of last year, court documents say.
The child’s parents, Daniel Bills and Erica Eisenloffel, and another woman Angela Guierini-Bolt have been arrested in connection with the baby’s death, according to a criminal complaint filed with the Pahrump Justice Court.
The deceased infant was found in a filthy home and suffered “unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering,” investigators with the Nye County Sheriff’s Department alleges.
The criminal complaint states the house was “filled with excess clutter and trash, drug paraphernalia, debris, human waste, urine, and/or feces on the floor and/or walls,” KLAS reported.
Deputies say the baby was starving and suffering from dehydration at the time of its death.
Investigators believe the infant may have died after ingesting a poisonous substance such as methamphetamine that was in “contaminated formula (or) water,” the report said.
The unnamed boy was only 19 days old at the time of his death.
Guerini-Bolt and Bills were arrested on a warrant on Tuesday, jail records show.
Eisenloffel was also taken into custody in Clark County, but the details surrounding her arrest are unclear.
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They now each face charges of murder and child abuse, according to the criminal complaint.
“I had the chance to work with NDI on this case and really want to thank NDI for their thorough, excellent work,” District Attorney Chris Arabia told FOX 5.
“We have all put a lot of time and effort into this case. Thanks to that cooperation and dedication, we are now in a position to seek some measure of justice for that poor baby.”
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A preliminary hearing for Bills and Guerini-Bolt has been scheduled for August 25.
Eisenloffel’s first court appearance has not been set.