A 27 years old man from Texas arrested for stuffing a 10-month-old girl in a bag in his car when he worked is facing a capital homicide charge in the infant’s death.
Lubbock authority told in a statement, early Wednesday, the man named Trevor Marquis Rowe was detained to the death of 10-month-old Marion Jester-Montoya, who was kept in the front of a car and was later transferred to the case Tuesday.
The authority revealed in an affidavit, and the girl was in the car for more than five hours.
According to officials, the boyfriend of the baby’s mother checked the infant throughout the day.
According to police, while he saw that the infant was not breathing, he called 911, drove to an intersection, and started CPR.
According to police and online prison reports, Rowe’s bond set on $2 million. Reports do not seem to list a lawyer who could speak on his behalf.
According to the document, Rowe said to authority that he “stuffed” the girl into a bag and went to work and that at one time, the baby had gotten out of the bag, but he placed her back inside.
Rowe stated that throughout his lunch break, the infant was crying slightly and that after the break, he placed her in the case by the backseat pass-through and went to work.
According to the affidavit, when Rowe checked on the baby about 4:50 p.m., she was not breathing.
The baby’s grandmother named Sheilah Montoya reported that the family was thinking her first birthday and a tour to Disney World, which never happen.
The baby’s father, named Emilio Montoya said that she had been learning to walk.
A reason for death was not revealed in the police statement.