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Grandma, Karla L. Antimo, adolescent to abandoned newborn found in Humboldt Park, loaded, police say

CHICAGO (WLS) – Teenage mother and father of a newborn boy who found themselves abandoned in Chicago's Humboldt Park neighborhood earlier this week have been accused of attempted murder. The 16-year-old girl, whom the police decided was the child's mother, is guilty of a number of attempts to suffer first-degree and filing a false police report, said the Chicago police. A 17-year-old boy is loaded with a number of attempts to suffer from the first degree, police said. RELATED: Good Samaritans save newborns on the trash in Humboldt Park, take him to the fire station Karla L. Antimo, of the 1700s in North Karlov Avenue, is burdened with a felonytal of false report of crime, police said. She admitted to investigators that the newborn is her grandson. "We could track them all, so we know who the father is, grandparents mom," said Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson. "It's a tragic event, it turned out obviously good because the child survived and goes well, but it doesn't have to happen." UPDATE &#821 1; The newborn's young-born mother and father have been criminal-charged with attempted murder. Given their age, names cannot be released by law. Karla L. Antimo, 37, is also obliged to submit a false report on how she said the child was discovered. pic.twitter.com/8PU5W9e6Pi – Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) May 10, 2019 The girl was born Tuesday, wrapped newborn in a beach towel, umbilical cord that is still attached and placed him on top of a garbage can in an alley…

CHICAGO (WLS) – Teenage mother and father of a newborn boy who found themselves abandoned in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood earlier this week have been accused of attempted murder.

The 16-year-old girl, whom the police decided was the child’s mother, is guilty of a number of attempts to suffer first-degree and filing a false police report, said the Chicago police. A 17-year-old boy is loaded with a number of attempts to suffer from the first degree, police said.

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Karla L. Antimo, of the 1700s in North Karlov Avenue, is burdened with a felonytal of false report of crime, police said. She admitted to investigators that the newborn is her grandson.

“We could track them all, so we know who the father is, grandparents mom,” said Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson. “It’s a tragic event, it turned out obviously good because the child survived and goes well, but it doesn’t have to happen.”

The girl was born Tuesday, wrapped newborn in a beach towel, umbilical cord that is still attached and placed him on top of a garbage can in an alley located in the 3500 block of North Pulaski Road, police said.

The boy went back to the alley, grabbed the kid guy and put him into a bag, police said. He called Antimo, the boy’s mother, who then took a newborn to a fire station in the 1700s block in North Pulaski Road, police said.

The 37-year-old woman claimed she found the infant in an alley on top of a garbage can in the 1700s North Keystone Avenue, police said.

Antimo expires in the franchise on Friday. Teens depend on young people the same day.

The infant was taken to a hospital in a critical condition where his condition has since stabilized. He could be released as early as the weekend, according to the Illinois Department of Children and the Talsman Jassen Strokosch family.

“Admittedly, this event could have been handled differently, especially when Grandma became involved because she is not a child, she is not a teenager,” Johnson said. “At least she took the baby to the fireplace.”

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Illinois is a state of Safe Haven Law, meaning anyone can hand over a baby that is 30 days old or younger who is unharmed at the staff of a hospital, police station or fire department, without any questions.

“They can go,” said Dawn Geras of the Save Abandoned Babies Foundation. “They don’t have to answer any questions. There won’t be cops who will look for them. The child will love forever.”

Safe Haven children go directly to adoption agencies, so they can quickly find a home for residency. Because the child found in the alley was abandoned illegally, he will enter the fetus system.

To contact the Baby Safe Haven Hotline, call 888 510-2229 or visit Safe Haven or Safe Haven Abandoned Babies.

The case ends with a heartbreaking reality for another Chicago family. They had hoped that DNA from the abandoned child would lead them to the 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegiu, a pregnant mother to be delivered a few days ago. She disappeared two weeks ago. Now their hope hopes.

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“We hoped we came close to finding Marlen,” says Emma Lozano, a spokesman for the family. “We are afraid that maybe something terrible has happened and we just need people to keep faith and continue to look for her and not give up.”

Ochoa-Uriostegiu is described as 5 & 3; with brown hair and brown eyes, and sometimes wears a small nose ring. She was last seen with a gray sweater, sweat pants and a chestnut top with a logo at the Latino Youth High School.

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