Doubt raised in case of mom accused of putting son in trunk

A decide has discovered no possible trigger to help a cost a Houston mom faces after being accused of putting her 13-year-old son in the trunk of her automobile in an try to isolate him after he examined optimistic for COVID-19

HOUSTON — A decide has discovered no possible trigger to help a cost a Houston mom faces after being accused of putting her 13-year-old son in the trunk of her automobile in an try to isolate him after he examined optimistic for COVID-19.

The 41-year-old mom had been charged by prosecutors with endangering a baby, a felony. Authorities allege her son was discovered Jan. 3 in her automobile’s trunk at a drive-thru testing web site for the Cypress-Fairbanks college district at a stadium in northwest Houston.

But throughout a courtroom listening to Thursday, state District Judge Chris Morton dominated prosecutors had not offered sufficient proof to help the cost.

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The decide’s choice didn’t imply the tip of the case, nonetheless, as prosecutors should determine whether or not to dismiss the cost or proceed investigating.

“We will assessment all of the proof gathered by police and make a dedication on find out how to proceed, together with the chance of presenting this case to a grand jury,” Dane Schiller, a spokesman for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, stated in an announcement.

“(The mom) acknowledged that she put (her son) contained in the trunk to stop her from getting uncovered to attainable COVID whereas driving (him) to the stadium for extra testing,” in keeping with a courtroom doc.

After the courtroom listening to, the lady’s lawyer, Nathaniel Pitoniak, informed reporters he disputed the allegations made in the courtroom doc.

“But even when they’d been true, the decide has acknowledged along with his discovering that my consumer didn’t place her little one in imminent hazard of bodily damage,” he stated.

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The girl is a trainer with the Cypress-Fairbanks college district, which stated in an announcement that the kid was not harmed. The district has stated she is on administrative go away.

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