On Saturday, a mother and daughter were arrested after their baby, an 11-month-old baby, was found in a house in New Jersey, police said.
Police say that in the early morning hours of April 16, a woman living in the house was checking the internet for a friend when her husband noticed the child’s footprints on the floor.
The woman was able to find her daughter, and the baby was taken to a hospital.
The baby was then taken to the child protective services, where it was discovered that the child had been exploited by an exploitative competitor.
The child’s mother told authorities that she knew that the baby had been abused, but did not know what to do about it.
Police arrested the mother, 32-year-old Amanda Mather, and her daughter for child abuse.
Mather told investigators that she had noticed a strange pattern of behavior in the child, including being called names, getting upset about her child being called ugly, and that she felt that the girl was being exploited.
Mather told police that she and her husband had gone to the house to find the baby for the day, but were not able to get in.
The couple returned to find that the house had been broken into and that the door was locked.
When police arrived, the couple realized that the couple was missing their daughter, who was still in the room.
Police took the baby to the Child Protective Services where she was taken into protective custody, where she underwent medical evaluation.
Mathering was arrested on Saturday and booked into the Essex County Correctional Facility.
She has been charged with first-degree child abuse, first-and-third-degree assault, third-degree burglary, child neglect, and violation of a restraining order.