Sergeant Delicia returns to rescue a baby who was going to be sold by her parents

Sergeant Delicia returns to rescue a baby who was going to be sold by her parents

August 2, 2022, 22:43 PM

August 2, 2022, 22:43 PM

In less than four weeks, Sergeant Major Delicia Ávila, together with her comrades from the Human Trafficking and Trafficking Division, they returned to rescue a newborn who was supposed to be sold by his parents to another family for Bs 14,000.

It was an official of the private clinic, where the baby was hospitalizedwho alerted the agents of the Trafficking Division belonging to the Special Force to Fight Crime (Felcc) of the irregular case, who immediately carried out an operation.

This is how the health center was reached and the newborn was rescued, in addition to arrest the mother for investigative purposes. Both were taken to the offices of the Felcc. However, the Ombudsman for Children and Adolescents took charge of the infant and transferred her to another hospital.

According to the complaintthe baby was going to be sold for Bs 14,000, a fact that was frustrated. Now the police officers are looking for those who wanted to buy the girl and hope that the complainant will expand her statement to have more information.

Last Monday, July 11, Sergeant Delicia, together with the Trafficking and Trafficking team, rescued another newborn that was sold for Bs 2,000. For this case, the father, Faustino CM, who sold his daughter to buy a cell phone, and the woman, Carmen C. C, who bought her, are already in preventive detention in Palmasola.

Delicia received recognition from the Bolivian Police and was applauded by population because he not only saved this minor, but because he breastfed her.

“I was desperate, because since 2:00 p.m. (Monday) she hadn’t eaten or drank anything, she was a one-month-old baby (…) I am a new mother, I would do it a thousand times”, the police said on that occasion.

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