A manhunt is underway for the husband of a daycare owner charged in the death of a child in her care.
New York police responded to Divino Niño Daycare in the Bronx and found three children unconscious. Nicholas Dominici, just a year old, died from a fentanyl overdose. Two other children in the home-run daycare were revived after being administered Narcan.
A fourth child, picked up by a parent two hours before a chilling 911 call made by the owner, was taken to the hospital independently after the parent noticed the child was lethargic. That child also survived.
Police say they found a kilogram of fentanyl in a hallway closet at the daycare, stacked with the children’s play mats. They also found three kilo presses, used to package drugs. The 36-year-old owner of the daycare, and her tenant, her husband’s 41-year-old cousin Carlisto Acevedo Brito, are charged with 11 counts, including murder, manslaughter, and assault.
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- Robert Crispin – Private Investigator, Former Federal Task Force Officer for United States Department of Justice, DEA and Miami Field Division; Former Homicide and Crimes Against Children Investigator; Facebook: Crispin Special Investigations, Inc. CrispinInvestigations.com, Facebook: Crispin Special Investigations, Inc.
- Anastasia Germain, Ed.D.- President of Childcare Professional Services LLC (early Childhood Consulting Services), Founder and Former Operator of a Licensed Childcare Center
- Dr. William Morrone – Toxicologist, Chief Medical Examiner, Bay County Michigan; Author: "American Narcan: Naloxone & Heroin-Fentanyl Associated Mortality"
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