A pregnant woman went to Chicago home in response to an offer of free Facebook clothes touched and her baby was cut off from her womb, police and family members. The newborn is in serious condition and is not expected to live.
Four people were questioned and three were arrested, police said Anthony Guglielmi at CBS Chicago. One of the people in custody is considered someone interested, station reports.
Case involving murder will be filed Thursday afternoon, Guglielmi said.
The 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegui's body was found early Wednesday at the back of the house.on April 23, the same day paramedics were called home a couple of miles away on the Southwest Side about a newborn with breathing problems.
"We believe he was killed, and we believe the baby was forced to be removed after that murder," Guglielmi said, calling it an "unspeakable act of violence."
According to WLS-TV, a 911 dispatcher reported that a 46-year-old woman called to say she had a birth 10 minutes earlier and the baby was pale and blue and not breathing.
The family of Ochoa-Uriostegui, a married couple of a 3-year-old son, said that a woman on Facebook admires her at home by offering a stroller and baby clothes. Cecelia Garcia, a female spokesperson for the family, said Ochoa-Uriostegui identified the woman through a Facebook group called "Help A Sister Out."
"She gives clothes, think under her pretense that her daughters are given clothes and they have all these extra clothes," Garcia said.
A neighbor at CBS Chicago said on April 23, the woman living in the house ran out with a newborn and wearing blood clothing, but she did not have blood on her gray shorts. The neighbor said the woman said to her, "I have a baby, and it does not breathe."
A fire department spokesman confirmed at CBS Chicago a baby with anxiety was taken over to the Promoter of the Christ Medical Center by ambulance from the same address around 6 pm That day, Garcia said that police that family test DNAs confirmed the baby was Ochoa-Uriostegui & # 39; s.
Ochoa-Uriostegui's family was looking for him since he lost more than three weeks ago, organizing search parties and driving police for investigation updates.  ending date, the family had a press conference, begging for anyone with information to come.
Ochoa-Uriostegui's mother said her daughter seemed normal before her disappearance and had a severe dizziness. He said doubted his daughter had left her son, and said she feared she could be abducted.
Speaking Thursday, his wife, Yiovanni Lopez, visited his son at the hospital and named him Yadiel, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
"Why these people, why bad people, do it? He does nothing to them," Lopez told WLS. "He's a good man."