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Florida Mother, Second Suspect, Charged in Connection with Baby Found Dead in Dumpster

Two Arrested in Florida After Dead Baby Found in Dumpster: Police
Source: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office

Brenda Feliciano (left) and Terence Warren (right) were arrested after disposing of her baby in a Florida dumpster, police said.

Mar. 20 2024, Published 12:02 p.m. ET

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A baby was found dead in a Florida dumpster in January, and now two people have been arrested, including the mother of the infant, authorities announced.

On January 8, a construction worker discovered the child's body in the dumpster in Hollywood, according to WTVJ.

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Police said the baby boy’s body was located inside a reusable Aldi bag inside the dumpster, which was at an apartment building.

The owner of a roofing company notified police of the grisly discovery.

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In the 911 call, the man tells the dispatcher, “One of my job sites, we’re a roofing company, we have found a child in a dumpster. Child, a kid, a human.”

The Hollywood Police recently announced that they had identified 36-year-old Brenda Feliciano as the baby’s mother and charged her with failure to report a death.

Terence Warren, 59, was also arrested. Police claim he aided Feliciano, and he was charged with improper disposal of a dead body.

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