The father of an 11-year-old who hasn’t been seen since her mother took her out of Phoenix Children’s Hospital prematurely told ABC that the child, who suffers from leukemia, is being treated in the family’s home country of Mexico. Luis Bracamontes would not reveal where his daughter is being treated, and authorities are still searching for the girl, who is susceptible to a deadly infection.
An 11-year-old girl is in danger of dying from an infection after her mother took her out of a Phoenix hospital prematurely. Emily Bracamontes has leukemia and has undergone a month of chemotherapy. Her mother, Norma Bracamontes, 35, was caught on security cameras on November 28 leading Emily, whose right arm has been amputated, out of Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Another man has joined the legion of people arrested after a videotaped stunt got attention on YouTube. This time, Michael Turley, 39, of phoenix is facing heat after police say he dressed up his 16-year-old nephew in terrorist-like garb and had him parade around a busy intersection with a fake grenade launcher.
A 19-year-old Phoenix mom was arrested early Saturday after police say she left her sleeping 5-week-old baby in his car seat on top of her 2000 Ford Focus and drove away.