Mother Allegedly Threw Newborn at Child's Father, Broke Baby's Skull


The boy's father told detectives that he and his girlfriend got into a heated argument on Thanksgiving Day when she tossed the newborn at his feet, yelling at him, "Take your f****** son!"

Heidy Rios, 24, of Terrytown, was booked into the Jefferson Parish jail on Friday on a charge of cruelty to a juvenile.

The father took the child to a New Orleans hospital on Thursday, and doctors determined the infant had fractured his right temporal bone.

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Physicians contacted the Sheriff's Office to investigate the injury.

After Rios' boyfriend's statement, police officers arrested and questioned her.

The baby boy was only three weeks old at the time of the alleged incident. She denied ever holding the baby during the argument, and told investigators she had no idea how her son was hurt, the report said.

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The Terrytown woman was booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center.

But she is understood to have changed her story after a "neutral" witness came forward to say Rios had been holding the newborn.

Reports also stated the infant's body was found in a garbage bag, which was placed in a crawlspace beneath a porch at the back of the house. She is being held without bond.

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