Sunday, October 1, 2023

Baby fentanyl overdose: daycare owner calls her accomplices in emergencies

The owner of a New York day care center, immersed in the sale of illegal drugs, allegedly “wasted precious minutes” calling first her accomplices instead of emergency services after four children were exposed to fentanyl, one of them fatally .

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“How insensitive could she be? He wasted precious minutes worrying about herself and the drug dealers. When she should have been most concerned about saving the lives of these innocent babies,” she lamented to the “New York Post” this Monday, a police source close to the case.

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On Friday, the owner of the Divino Niño daycare in the Bronx, Grei Méndez De Ventura, 36, allegedly first called her husband, her cousin-in-law Carlisto Acevedo Brito – a second accomplice in the illegal drug sale – as well as to a friend. she before she called emergency services around 3:30 p.m., when four children in her care had just been exposed to fentanyl.

Rushed to the hospital, little 1-year-old Nicolás Feliz Dominici unfortunately did not survive the overdose. Two other 2-year-old children, as well as the 8-month-old sister of one of them, were also rushed to the hospital, one of them in critical condition, according to the American newspaper.

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Except that surveillance footage showed that her husband, whose identity was not specified, appeared at the scene shortly before emergency services arrived to recover a suspicious bag large enough to contain several kilos of illegal drugs. , the police source would have continued.

At the scene, police also allegedly found a “kilogram of fentanyl in a corner where children were napping,” said NYPD Chief Detective Joe Kenny.

According to initial hypotheses, the drug would have spread through the air after being cut in the nursery.

The 36-year-old woman, along with her 41-year-old cousin-in-law, were arrested and charged with murder, manslaughter, assault, drug possession and child endangerment, police told the New YorkPost.

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