- A woman identified as Tiffany Girón was arrested after abandoning her baby.
- Tiffany Girón abandoned her baby at the door of a cafeteria.
- Judicial authorities took the benefit of bail from the woman.
Is there a justification for doing what she did? A woman identified by police authorities as Tiffany Girón ended up in jail after an action that could break many people’s hearts: she abandoned her innocent baby girl at the entrance of a cafeteria located in Miami, Florida.
At 20, Tiffany Girón is already imprisoned without the possibility of bail after being accused of several crimes for having abandoned her 5-month-old girl at the door of a cafeteria in downtown Miami at around midnight last Saturday, local media reported on Tuesday, October 26, according to Efe.
Tiffany Girón did what any mother would break the heart
That night, some people who passed by the site noticed the baby alone on her, grabbed her and put her in the cafeteria, from where they called the police authorities to 911. After a while, the agents who began to investigate The case found the young mother near the store where she left her little girl.
“The mother was less than a block from where she left the baby,” said Michel Vega, a Miami police spokesman, according to the Efe report. She also mentioned that she acted in a strange way as if she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
When they found Tiffany Girón she was acting strange
When questioned by the officers, mother Tiffany Girón admitted to having had three drinks that day and, in addition, a cocaine derivative was found in her wallet, according to some media that cited the arrest record carried out by the Miami authorities .
And he was not spared from arrest. Tiffany Girón was immediately arrested and on Monday, October 25, she appeared before Judge Mindy Glazer, who issued a restraining order for her baby, denied her the right to bail, and charged her with abandonment of a minor, child neglect and drug possession, detailed Univision, according to the Efe report.
After her arrest, young mother Tiffany Girón told why she did it
During interrogation after being arrested for abandoning her baby girl at the door of a cafeteria at almost midnight, the woman tried to justify her action and told the officers that she did so because she did not have a roof to sleep under, nor did she he had work. “I thought I was going to sleep on the street, but not she (the baby),” said the mother according to statements published by Univisión and cited in the Efe report.
The newspaper NBC Miami said the woman abandoned the baby in front of the Aura Bistro Cafe store, which is inside the Riverfront apartment complex on SW 3rd Street. She also explained that the drug they found in her bag was crack and that the cafeteria manager told NBC 6 she had no idea what had happened that night, but when she found out, she was very impressed by the sad event.
Tiffany Girón is not the only one who has done an atrocity against the most vulnerable
In a isolated case, another woman would not have had mercy on the most innocent of the house. A woman identified as Leticia Bravo was arrested in New York just over two weeks ago for allegedly locking up and starving her boyfriend’s son, who was only 7 years old. The boy’s father was also arrested and charged.
Quoting the prosecution, the newspaper New York Post reported on Sunday, October 10, that Leticia Bravo, 39, of Newburgh, upstate New York, was arrested after she allegedly kept her boyfriend’s 7-year-old son hidden and locked in a room until he was killed by hunger.
They captured Leticia Bravo for allegedly starving a child
Leticia Bravo now faces a second-degree murder charge in the starvation death of little Peter Cuacuas, the son of her boyfriend Arturo Cuacuas, the Orange County Prosecutor’s Office reported Friday in a release press where he offered details of the tragic case.
Prosecutors indicated that Leticia Bravo kept the boy in her apartment every day except Saturdays, when she and Peter stayed at Arturo Cuacuas’ residence. According to prosecutors, she allegedly kept the boy locked in a bedroom “behind a door that was locked from the outside.”
The little girl weighed 37 pounds when she died.
While in his care, in January, the boy stopped connecting to his virtual classes, despite numerous conversations between Leticia Bravo and Peter’s teachers and other school representatives, prosecutors said. Then, on February 10, the woman took the boy’s lifeless body to St. Luke’s Hospital in Newburgh, where he was eventually pronounced dead later.
The autopsy determined that the boy weighed 37 pounds (16 kilos) at the time of his death and that he had died of malnutrition, which subsequently led to the arrest of Leticia Bravo and even her boyfriend Arturo Cuacuas, the victim’s father, who was charged on October 7, 2021, with criminal negligence manslaughter.
Bail for Leticia Bravo was set at $ 250 thousand in cash
Bail for Leticia Bravo was set in the amount of $ 250,000 in cash, or $ 900,000 of fully guaranteed bail, or $ 1,500,000 of partially guaranteed bail. Leticia Bravo’s next appearance in Orange County Court is scheduled for October 26, 2021, the prosecution’s statement said.
Leticia Bravo, who had worked as a babysitter in the past, was charged with murder in the second degree, manslaughter in the first degree and second degree, and now faces a sentence of 25 years to life in prison for the crime, said the aforementioned statement. .
It has been a “devastating case for our entire community”
“It is unthinkable for someone to accept the responsibility of caring for a child and then deny him the basic necessities of life. Children are the most innocent and vulnerable victims. It is truly disturbing how this child was hidden from school authorities before he died, ”said prosecutor David Hoovler.
Newburgh City Police Commissioner José A. Gomerez stated: “Today is about getting justice for Peter Cuacuas. Our children are the most vulnerable members of our community. This is a devastating case for our entire community, which I know has been thwarted for the past eight months with no arrests made. This has been a long and emotional case that has affected our department, specifically those involved in the investigation ”.
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