Florida Baby Found Dead in Dumpster Identified As Baby of Woman Illegally in US

According to authorities, the mother of a deceased infant discovered in a Florida dumpster last week was residing in the country illegally.

The Lakeland Police Department has reported that the infant was born deceased and had a significant brain deformity.

According to initial reports, there was no evidence of foul play in the infant’s death.

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Last week, a deceased baby was discovered in a dumpster located in Lakeland, Florida. There is no text provided for me to rewrite. However, assuming that the user intended to provide a news source, I can rewrite it as follows: According to Fox Tampa, the following news has been reported.

A baby was discovered in a dumpster located behind a gym. Images of four individuals who may possess information regarding the circumstances surrounding the infant’s discovery in the dumpster were released by authorities several days after the incident.

Following the release of the images, a 34-year-old woman named Brusela D’Enstachio-Lugo has come forward and confessed to being the mother of the child. According to her statement, the child was delivered on May 10 outside of her residence.

According to her statement, she was unaware of her pregnancy. According to the news outlet, she refrained from seeking medical attention at the hospital due to her illegal status in the country and lack of financial resources to cover the medical expenses.

According to reports, she purportedly confessed to disposing of the baby’s remains in the dumpster.

A tragic incident occurred in Florida where a new born was discovered deceased.
Four persons of interest have been captured in images as part of an investigation into the death of a newborn found deceased in a dumpster in Florida. The Lakeland Police Department.

In a recent development, the police department of Enstachio-Lugo has been charged with a misdemeanor offense pertaining to the storage of human remains. According to the report, the Department of Homeland Security was notified and her DNA was collected.

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