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Post by TomTerrific0420 Wed May 12, 2010 2:45 am

Baltimore police are investigating how an 18-month-old girl contracted
gonorrhea, a sexually
transmitted disease
, and are trying to determine whether a family
acquaintance is responsible, according to a department spokesman.

No criminal charges have been filed. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi
said detectives are focusing on a suspect based on statements from the
infant's parents. "We are working as fast as we can with the Baltimore
Child Abuse Center," Guglielmi said.

He said the baby could undergo a test today to determine if she was
raped. Guglielmi said detectives have already consulted the city state's
attorney's office, and charges could be issued after the test is
complete.

Guglielmi said the parents, who live in the Cherry Hill neighborhood,
brought the sick baby to Harbor Hospital on Monday, where doctors
confirmed that she had the disease.

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2010-05-11/news/bs-md-baby-abuse-20100511_1_cherry-hill-neighborhood-disease-sick-baby
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Post by TomTerrific0420 Thu May 13, 2010 2:38 pm

Baltimore police are seeking to question a man who may have assaulted
an 18-month-old girl who contracted the sexually transmitted disease
gonorrhea, according to a city police spokesman.Police said they
have tried several addresses for the man but had not found him as of
Wednesday evening. The spokesman, Anthony Guglielmi, said Wednesday
evening that state parole and probation agents requested and received a
warrant charging the man with violating the terms of his release from
prison.Guglielmi said the suspect has violated the terms of his
probation three times in recent years. He was arrested each time, but
judges continued his probation with no additional prison time, the
spokesman said.Details of the suspect's criminal past were not immediately
available. His name was not publicly released because he has not been
charged in the attack on the toddler. Guglielmi said that the man is
being sought for questioning.The parents of the 18-month-old
brought the infant from their home in South Baltimore's Cherry Hill
neighborhood to Harbor Hospital on Monday, worried that she had been
attacked and was sick.They told police that a family acquaintance
was responsible. On Tuesday, the Baltimore Child Abuse Center conducted
tests and confirmed Wednesday that the child has the disease, Guglielmi
said.

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2010-05-12/news/bs-md-police-child-gonorrhea-20100512_1_anthony-guglielmi-18-month-old-city-police-spokesman
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Post by TomTerrific0420 Fri May 21, 2010 1:32 am

A Baltimore city mother said she knows who infected her 19-month-old
daughter with gonorrhea, but police have yet to charge the person.Police
are calling it a complex case."I was so disgusted," the girl's
mother, who did not want to be identified, told 11 News.She said
she and the baby's father were tested for the disease and were clean.Police
are currently involved in the case because the mother said she's
convinced a family acquaintance molested the girl and infected her while
he was babysitting."Who in their right mind, that has good
sense, would do this to a baby?" the mother questioned.Police
said they arrested a person of interested on an unrelated parole
violation and that he was questioned and tested for gonorrhea, but
medical privacy laws prohibit police from releasing the results.
Currently, no charges have been filed."At this point, we have a
person of interest, but there's simply not enough evidence to move
forward today and classify him as a suspect. That's not to say that
can't happen," said police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.The girl's
mother said she knows that the person of interest has gonorrhea and
said she's outraged that no charges were filed."Treat this case
as if it were your child. Treat this case as if it were a personal
matter to you. … There shouldn't be no way for him to get away with
this," she said.Police said so far, there's not physical evidence
of an assault."What police really need is forensic evidence, and
we're trying really hard to find that," Guglielmi said. "All we're
trying to do is get all the facts and build enough evidence to move
forward.""It's pretty ironic that a person that was left alone
with her seven days before she was brought to the hospital has the same
disease, and it's circumstantial. It can't be circumstantial," the
girl's mother said.Police said a person doesn't necessarily need
to make sexual contact with another person to be infected with
gonorrhea.Authorities said the girl was treated and is doing OK.
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:19 pm

MAY 14, 2010

Child gonorrhea case and the repeat offender wanted for questioning
It's a horrific case and a mystery all rolled into one.

How did an 18-month-old girl contract the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea over the weekend? Was it from a 21-year-old neighbor who might have been alone with the child in her house? Or from someplace else?

More:
http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/news/crime/blog/2010/05/child_gonorrhea_case_and_the_r.html
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Post by Gingernlw Fri Aug 24, 2012 5:54 pm

TomTerrific0420 wrote:A Baltimore city mother said she knows who infected her 19-month-old
daughter with gonorrhea, but police have yet to charge the person.Police
are calling it a complex case."I was so disgusted," the girl's
mother, who did not want to be identified, told 11 News.She said
she and the baby's father were tested for the disease and were clean.Police
are currently involved in the case because the mother said she's
convinced a family acquaintance molested the girl and infected her while
he was babysitting."Who in their right mind, that has good
sense, would do this to a baby?" the mother questioned.Police
said they arrested a person of interested on an unrelated parole
violation and that he was questioned and tested for gonorrhea, but
medical privacy laws prohibit police from releasing the results.
Currently, no charges have been filed."At this point, we have a
person of interest, but there's simply not enough evidence to move
forward today and classify him as a suspect. That's not to say that
can't happen," said police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.The girl's
mother said she knows that the person of interest has gonorrhea and
said she's outraged that no charges were filed."Treat this case
as if it were your child. Treat this case as if it were a personal
matter to you. … There shouldn't be no way for him to get away with
this," she said.Police said so far, there's not physical evidence
of an assault."What police really need is forensic evidence, and
we're trying really hard to find that," Guglielmi said. "All we're
trying to do is get all the facts and build enough evidence to move
forward.""It's pretty ironic that a person that was left alone
with her seven days before she was brought to the hospital has the same
disease, and it's circumstantial. It can't be circumstantial," the
girl's mother said.
Police said a person doesn't necessarily need
to make sexual contact with another person to be infected with
gonorrhea.Authorities said the girl was treated and is doing OK.

Uh, am I understanding this correctly? Did she say her baby was left alone with this "acquaintance" for 7 days?

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Post by ladibug Sat Aug 25, 2012 2:15 am

girl laugh No, I think the guy was alone with her one day, seven days before she was taken to the hospital. You know, a week before she was taken ill. I was ranting to my Mom today about the New Age Journalist. Pseudo-journalists IMHO.
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Post by Gingernlw Tue Aug 28, 2012 5:29 pm

Oh Ok, I see it now... a little more punctuation would have helped me better understand the article LOL

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