Dennis Eckersley’s daughter and her boyfriend have been arrested for abandoning their newborn.
George Theberge and Dennis Eckersley’s adopted daughter, Alexandra Eckersley, gave birth to a baby boy in December 2022.
Police believed that they lied about where the baby was; before Theberge arrest, Eckersley was arrested with different charges and is now out on bail.
Eckersley, who was hospitalized, has faced charges of felony reckless conduct, endangering the welfare of a child, falsifying physical evidence, and second-degree assault with extreme indifference.
The news has been treading since people got to know Alexandra is the adopted daughter of Dennis Eckersley.
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Where Is Dennis Eckersley Daughter Boyfriend?
The newborn baby of Eckersley and her boyfriend was found in a cold tent last month, as per the sources.
Sources reported that Dennis Eckersley’s family was shocked to hear the news. In a statement, they mentioned they were unaware of it, did not know she was using drugs, and said she had a severe mental illness.
According to the report, the family statement said, “It is heartbreaking that a child was born under such unthinkable conditions. In this period of them,” We learned with everyone else from news reports what happened and are still in complete shock.”
She delivered the baby in cold temperatures on Dec 26, 2022, before the pair allegedly abandoned the child in the tent; the pictures of the baby in the tent were also out.
Although Alexandra’s parents offered her to stay with them, she argued to live with her boyfriend in the woods of several homeless encampments.
And as per the sources, her boyfriend was arrested in December, but the court paper was out on Wednesday.
Alexandra told Police that she did not know she was pregnant and cleared it out that she was using cocaine and marijuana the days before giving birth to her son in the cold woods at about 1 am.
George Theberge Was Arrested For Child Endangerment
The online sources confirmed that Manchester Police found the uncovered baby, struggling to breathe, near the Piscataquog River in a tent.
Eckersley pleaded not guilty to child endangerment and other charges but faces charges of felony reckless conduct, endangering the welfare of a child, and second-degree assault in the hospital.
After the charges were out, Theberge mentioned his partner had misled Police about where the baby was in the past, and the baby was not with them since he was born.
The Police affidavit stated that Theberge said to his girlfriend that her newborn did not have a pulse, and she did not know how to determine if the child had a pulse or not.
Manchester Police published Alexandra Eckersley’s boyfriend in court papers on Wednesday, and he has been charged with tampering with a witness, child endangerment, and reckless conduct, sources reported.
He will face almost more than ten years of jail along with his girlfriend; he has been under Police investigation since Wednesday.
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