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Three arrested after trying to silence newborn’s cries after spraying fentanyl in her face

Following the reported incident, authorities say the infant suffered breathing difficulties and required hospitalization.

Three people – Robert Mason, 33, Jennifer Trevino, 32, and Araceli Rocha, 22 – face child endangerment charges after their arrests by the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office. The charges stem from an alleged incident where fentanyl was allegedly found in a baby’s diaper bag, and authorities claim the 19-month-old’s face was intentionally sprayed with fentanyl to calm her cries. was thrown.The investigation began after the trio were arrested on Jan. 25 for allegedly littering near the Frontier Inn & Suites in Abilene. Baby diaper bag. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed 56 fentanyl pills and various drug paraphernalia commonly used to smoke fentanyl, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by PEOPLE. The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office, expanding its search to the trio’s hotel room, revealed that four children and four adults were staying in two adjoining hotel rooms. The accused are currently being held on four counts of second-degree felony child endangerment. According to the affidavit, interviews with the parties involved revealed that three of the four adults were active in smoking fentanyl in the presence of the children during the previous two days. Additionally, adults were reportedly made aware of at least one instance where fentanyl fumes were blown into a child’s face in an attempt to stop him from crying. As stated in the affidavit, the infant suffered breathing problems and was later taken to a nearby hospital along with three other children. Following their arrest, the suspects were transported to the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office, where they are currently being held on $100,000 bond. In addition, Robert Mason faces a charge of obstruction/retaliation. So far, formal charges have not been filed, and it is unclear if any of the suspects have obtained legal representation. In the case of suspected child abuse, individuals are urged to contact the ChildHelp National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-CHILD or 1-800-422-4453, or www.childhelp Go to .org. The hotline, available 24/7 in over 170 languages, ensures toll-free and confidential assistance.



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