Mother, 22 and father, 19, arrested after the newborn son was wrapped in a plastic bag for THREE HOURS

Mother, 22 and father, 19, are arrested after the newborn son fell into the toilet during birth, was tied up in plastic garbage bag and left in the trunk outside the hospital for THREE HOURS

  • Marylinn Feher, 22, gave birth to a baby boy in a toilet in Wisconsin on Saturday
  • Baby was found & # 39; wrapped in a strapped plastic garbage bag & # 39; father drove in the car
  • Newborn was in the trunk of the vehicle Allen Rice, 19, had been driving for at least three hours
  • Hospital alarmed police about a missing child, but his life could not be saved after he was found, temporarily revived and rushed to the hospital
  • Mother and father are confronted with allegations of child neglect that lead to death, but murder attacks have been requested for Feher
  • The parents are in court on April 22

Wisconsin parents were arrested after their newborn child was discovered & packed in a plastic garbage bag & # 39; parked in the trunk of a car in front of a hospital where the mother was treated.

Authorities say Marylinn Feher, 22, gave birth to the baby boy on Saturday morning in a private residence in the village of Milladore, but in a police case claiming she refused to be pregnant she was told by a doctor in October 2018.

Marshfield Medical Center officials warned the police of a possible missing baby at 10.11 am after the woman had gone there to be treated for heavy bleeding, but she denied having given birth.

Law enforcement visited Father Allen Rice's house, 19, while in the medical facility at Feher, and learned that he was driving a 2000 Jeep Cherokee that was later found in the hospital parking lot.

Marylinn Feher, 22, gave birth to the baby boy in Wisconsin on Saturday morning

Allen Rice, 19, is the father who says he has tied the child in a plastic bag

Allen Rice, 19, is the father who says he has tied the child in a plastic bag

Marylinn Feher, 22, gave birth to the baby boy in Wisconsin on Saturday morning. Allen Rice, 19, is the father who says he has tied the child in a plastic bag

Baby was found & # 39; packed in a plastic garbage bag & # 39; in a car that was driven and parked by a father outside the Marshfield Medical Center in Wisonsin

Baby was found & # 39; packed in a plastic garbage bag & # 39; in a car that was driven and parked by a father outside the Marshfield Medical Center in Wisonsin

Baby was found & # 39; packed in a plastic garbage bag & # 39; in a car that was driven and parked by a father outside the Marshfield Medical Center in Wisonsin

Rice said in the police report that the SUV used to have the mother treated after giving birth in a toilet bowl.

Feher claims she received Rice to give her a painkiller, a woman she delivered to the little boy because she didn't know she had the baby and didn't believe she was pregnant after being told she couldn't have a child in 2015 to wear.

The couple explained the appearance of the newborn in the trunk by stating that they believed the baby had died shortly after birth – allegedly between midnight and 12.30.

Rice claimed that he accidentally dropped the child on his way to his car and twigs and leaves were found with the baby in the The bath towel was wrapped inside.

He checked on Feher from around 5:00 am and told the authorities that he eventually tied the baby in the plastic bag around 7:30 am, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune reported.

It was said that he had been in the plastic bag for at least three hours when the parents denied the existence of the baby for hours.

While the baby was temporarily revived after being taken from the vehicle's red cargo section and rushed into the hospital, it later died around 5.30 p.m.

Wood County Sheriffs said the child of Feher and Rice was not admitted for medical treatment after birth.

Feement costs have been requested for Feher

Feement costs have been requested for Feher

Father is accused of child neglect resulting in death

Father is accused of child neglect resulting in death

Mother and father are accused of child neglect resulting in death but a murder attempt has been requested for Feher (left)

Marks around the baby's neck were also found. Feher said she put her hand around her neck when she was delivering.

The pair was imprisoned with a $ 250,000 bond for the mother and $ 35,000 for Rice.

They are accused of child neglect resulting in death, but a murder attempt has also been requested for Feher.

They are in court on April 22.

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