2 kids hospitalized, lady in custody after early morning incident in Woodbury, Minnesota
Woodbury Police are investigating after a seriously injured child was lying on the street following an apparent domestic incident
Police responded to a neighborhood in Woodbury, Minnesota after neighbors called 911 to report a woman chasing a child in the street. When they arrived, they found a child seriously injured on the street. A second child was found in a neighbor’s house. The police say the injuries were moderate.
WOODBURY, Minn. (FOX 9) – – Two children are hospitalized and a woman is in custody early Wednesday morning after an apparent domestic incident in Woodbury, Minnesota.
The incident began around 12:45 a.m. when someone called 911 to report that a child was being followed by a parent, according to the Woodbury Police Department. The dispatchers received numerous emergency calls with screams in the background.
2 children admitted to hospital, woman in custody following an early morning incident in Woodbury, Minnesota
A woman is expected to be charged Thursday in an incident Wednesday morning in Woodbury, Minnesota, in which two young children were seriously injured.
When the officers got to the 400 block of Lake View Alcove, they found a child on the street. Police said the child, who is believed to be between 4 and 6 years old, is seriously injured and is unresponsive.
A second child, a 6-year-old, was discovered in a neighbor’s house with injuries that police called “moderate”. Both children were taken by ambulance to Regions Hospital, where the other is in critical condition.
One woman was taken into custody. The relationship between her and the children has not been confirmed.
“As far as I know, it happened outside. We are still checking to see if there has been any activity inside,” said Police Commander John Altman. “We’re getting a search warrant at this point to see what happened inside the house.”
According to police, the 32-year-old woman is in Washington County jail and is expected to be formally charged on Thursday.
In a statement, police praised neighbors who called 911 and intervened in the incident.
“Community engagement is vital to the well-being of a neighborhood,” wrote Woodbury Information Officer Commander John Altman. “The calls, observations, and discussions with Woodbury Public Safety on this case are all essential elements for the best possible outcome under these tragic circumstances.”
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