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New Details Emerge in Porter Baby’s Death

Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson is refusing to release body-camera video that will shed light on a potential blunder by his office that missed a critical chance to save a badly beaten three-month-old Porter baby.
Little Abraham died on April 21, 2024, at a Houston hospital. The injuries were unspeakable. The baby’s arms and legs were broken and there were more than twenty ribs fractured. His brain was bleeding, and his jaw was broken. On April 17, the boy’s father, Melvin Jesus Aquino Enriquez, was charged with injury to a child and is currently in jail on a $750,000 bond pending deportation proceedings.
Don’t you find it odd the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office did not issue a customary news release on such a horrific crime for weeks? We did, but we knew something about this case they were hiding.
On May 1, Dolcefino Consulting requested records on this mystery case, prompting the Sheriff to finally issue a news release the very next day.
That news release created a bigger problem for the Sheriff, locked in a very close race for re-election this month because it omitted the actions of his office before the baby ever went to the hospital.
The news release claimed the Sheriff’s office began its investigation on April 14 after being notified by Montgomery County Family Services. Missing was the fact that one of Henderson’s deputies had been called to the mobile home the day before for a welfare check on little Abraham.
Family members claim the deputy left without looking in the mobile home where the baby had been left unattended, and the grandmother now questions whether that could have saved the baby’s life.
In an interview with Dolcefino Consulting this week in The Woodlands, Henderson denied the baby was there when the deputy came to the mobile home, but has so far refused to release the deputy’s body camera so the public could see if the deputy even got out of his patrol car during the ninety-minute dispatch.
Sheriff Henderson has refused to comment on why this critical information about a potential law enforcement blunder was left off the agency news release, or why the body camera video has not been released to the public.
Documents released late Thursday show deputies have been to the trailer park where Abraham lived thirteen times since September of 2023.

4/15/2024 577368 AQUINO ENRIQUEZ, MELVIN JESUS 25419 NEEDHAM RD PORTER TX 77365 MCSO 25419 NEEDHAM RD INSTANTER D221 ASSAULT FAM/HOUSE IMPEDE BREATH/CIRC(FV) 500000
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