Teen tossed baby from window after giving birth

Antonia Lopez's apartment

Barcelona said he saw his granddaughter just days ago and had no idea she was even pregnant. "She looked like she was well underweight more than anything else", he said. I just can't believe it.

The details of the crime are still sketchy, but here is what we know so far.

A 16-YEAR-old girl has killed her prematurely born baby after allegedly throwing the newborn out of a second-floor window from her flat.

In a release Friday, the Omaha Police Department said that a pregnant 16-year-old went into labor and threw the child out of second-story window after it was delivered. She called 911 and began CPR on the infant. The teen, who was booked into a juvenile detention facility on October 1 for one count of felony child abuse resulting in death, will be charged as an adult, the Omaha World-Herald reported.

"The child wasn't a stillborn". "To be booked on that count, the child would have had to have been born alive".

It's alleged the teen tossed the newborn child out of her bedroom window.

Whether or not this post was a sign of what was to come or simply a coincidence, Lopez will forever deal with the consequences of killing her newborn daughter.

"Who can do me a huge favor and has a auto?" A police spokeswoman declined to comment on the incident Friday afternoon.

The mother in question is Antonia Lopez, and she's being charged as an adult for her child's death.

The teenager told authorities she had been asleep and alone in her room when she unexpectedly went into labour. I talked to her everyday, like seriously, ' the girl wrote. Authorities said that they are awaiting autopsy reports of the baby.

Lopez's family was also shocked at the news. One neighbor told reporters that Lopez often used to greet the neighbors and was a friendly person.

Neighbour Mark Nelson said: "It makes me feel very disturbed". Neighbors of the family are having a hard time digesting what happened, says Fox News, a lot of them saying the family was quiet and kept to themselves, other than to say "Hi" in passing.

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