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Juana Perez-Domingo, 43, is charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child after 2-year-old’s death in hot car in Florida – Fresno, California

Fresno, California 2021-07-17 20:48:00 –

From Miami, Florida-Police say a Florida woman has lost a two-year-old child left in a hot car and is being held criminally liable.

Prison records showed on Saturday that Juana Perez Domingo, 43, was charged with manslaughter of her child. The bond was set at $ 50,000 and no female lawyer was listed.

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According to police, Perez Domingo was supposed to take the girl to day care at Homestead early Friday morning. She first took the girl to her house-day care wasn’t open yet-and was distracted and forgot her child until she returned to the car seven hours later.

Miami-Dade police reported that Perez Domingo called the child’s mother and took her to her mother’s home. The child had died by that time.

According to police, Perez Domingo also did not have a driver’s license. The autopsy was scheduled for Saturday.

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