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A Chicago woman who sold baby clothes to a pregnant woman and lured her back to her house with an offer of more clothing has been charged with murder after allegedly strangling the woman with a cord and cutting the infant from her womb, police said Thursday.

Family of slain pregnant teen wants answers from hospital where stolen baby brought

Investigators said Clarisa Figueroa, 46, wanted jordan white gay porn free another child two years after her adult son died of natural causes. The mother's boyfriend, year-old Piotr Bobak, was charged with concealment of a homicide. The charges come three weeks after year-old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez disappeared and a day after her body was discovered in a garbage can in the backyard of Figueroa's pregnant on the city's Southwest Side, about 4 miles from her own home.

According to police, the teenager drove from her high school to Figueroa's home in response to an offer of free clothes that Figueroa had posted on Facebook. When she arrived, police said, she was strangled and the baby cut from pregnant body.

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A few hours later, Figueroa frantically calledclaiming that her newborn baby was not breathing. When first responders arrived, the child was blue.

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They tried to resuscitate the infant and transported the boy to a nearby hospital, where police said he remained in grave condition and was not expected to survive. Police did not connect the woman's disappearance and the call about the teen until May 7, when friends of Ochoa-Lopez directed detectives to nikki grind porn star social media account, which showed she had communicated with Figueroa in a Facebook teenpes com for expectant mothers.

At the teen time, Clarisa Figueroa had started a GoFundMe campaign for the funeral of what she said was her dying baby, said Sara Walker, a spokeswoman for Ochoa-Lopez's family. When police arrived to question Figueroa, her daughter told them that her mother was in the hospital with some kind of leg injury, before free that she had just delivered a baby, said Brendan Deenihan, deputy chief of detectives.