Ontario police officers arrested two people after they were called to a motel room Jan. 7 and found an infant with physical injuries. (The Enterprise/File).
ONTARIO – Two Ontario residents face multiple charges after police called to a local motel discovered an infant with physical injuries who subsequently tested positive for methamphetamine exposure.
According to a press release from the Ontario Police Department, officers arrested Jose Montes Diaz, 24 and Marisa Solis Pizano, 26. They are charged with first-degree assault, third-degree assault, causing another person to ingest a controlled substance and first-degree criminal mistreatment – all felonies.
Police and emergency medical responders went to Ontario’s Motel 6 about 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, after receiving a report that an infant there was having trouble breathing.
The release said “responding officers and . . .