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BREAKING NEWS-2 CHILDREN HOSPITALIZED-LIVE IN BOYFRIEND ARRESTED

2 CHILDREN HOSPITALIZED, LIVE IN BOYFRIEND ARRESTED

At 12:32 p.m. on Thursday, November 21, 2013, Conroe Police officers were summoned to the Emergency Room at the Conroe Regional Medical Center where a 28 y.o. mother had brought in her 4 y.o. daughter for treatment of what appeared to be serious trauma. Officers met with medical staff, the 28 y.o. mother (Hispanic female) and the mother’s 21 y.o. live-in boyfriend (Hispanic male). Officers learned that the child was in critical condition and was being air-lifted to a Houston hospital. Officers learned from the mother that she and her boyfriend have been living together since May/2013 and reside at the Stone Ridge Apartments at 229 N. IH-45 in Conroe. The mother indicated to officers that she had been called home from work by the boyfriend who was at their home caring for the child, when the child became “unresponsive”. Upon arriving home and finding the child unresponsive she, accompanied by her boyfriend, brought the child to the Emergency Room.
Investigators from the CPD Criminal Investigations Division, Crime Scene Investigators, Children’s Protective Services, and representatives from the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office responded to the hospital, and later to the family’s apartment. It was subsequently learned that there was an 8 y.o. older sister of the 4 y.o. victim and that the 8 y.o. had been transported today to a hospital in The Woodlands after officials at the school the child attends observed facial trauma injuries on that child and had independently summoned CPS to the school. Conroe PD investigators also responded to that hospital to initiate an investigation into that child’s non-life threatening injuries.
At this time investigators are interviewing the mother and live-in boyfriend (who is not the biological father of any of the involved children) and collecting evidence. Conroe PD, the District Attorney’s office and CPS will continue a thorough investigation into this case to ensure the safety of the children and will file any appropriate charges stemming from the investigation.

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