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Police say Ontario infant found with injuries, meth exposure is improving

An infant found by police in a motel room with injuries and methamphetamine exposure earlier this month is improving. (The Enterprise/File).

ONTARIO – An infant discovered at a local motel with multiple injuries and who was exposed to methamphetamine is improving according to Ontario police.

“The 8-month-old is doing better. It is unknown if there will be any long-term effects,” said Ontario Police Department Det. B.J. Snyder.

Police were called Ontario’s Motel 6 at about 8 p.m. Jan. 7 to a report of an infant who was having trouble breathing.

According to a department press release, the “responding officers and medical personnel immediately noticed that the infant was suffering from multiple visible physical injuries and transported the infant to a local hospital.”

A medical examination determined . . .