DCF Investigating Infant, Toddlers Found Alone In Hotel Room
Jul 09, 2014 10:28AM
By Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Police Headquarters.
DCF is investigating the case of three young children found alone in a room at the Extended Stay America Hotel on Monday.
According to a Tewksbury Police report, a desk clerk found the children, the oldest of which is 2, when another guest called about a baby crying. The clerk tried calling the room but the two-year-old answered, according to the report. The clerk then entered the room and found the children unattended.
The youngest child was found in a car seat on the middle of the bed with a bottle propped against its mouth with a blanket.
The clerk called police, who notified DCF. The mother of the children was found in another room of the hotel. According to police, no criminal charges have been filed.
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