Horrifying moment 18-year-old mother tosses her newborn baby into a dumpster


Horrifying moment 18-year-old New Mexico mother tosses her newborn baby into a dumpster: Infant is found ALIVE and crying in garbage bag six hours later

  • A security camera caught the moment a woman abandoned her newborn baby
  • Child was found alive and crying inside a garbage bag six hours later  
  • Alexis Avila, 18, allegedly put the baby in a trash bag and threw it in a dumpster in New Mexico
  • Teen has been arrested and charged with attempted murder and child abuse


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Horrifying footage has captured the moment a teenage mother hurled her newborn baby into a dumpster – before the infant was found alive hours later.

Surveillance video shows a woman arriving in a car before opening the back door and tossing a black trash bag into a dumpster in Hobbs, New Mexico, at around 2pm on January 7.

Six hours later, footage showed three people looking through the dumpster before one of them found the infant inside. Incredibly, the newborn was alive and is now in a stable condition while being cared for in hospital.

Cops have charged 18-year-old Alexis Avila, from Hobbs with attempted murder and felony child abuse for the abandonment. Officers say she has confessed.  

The shocking footage from New Mexico shows Avila tossing her baby in to a dumpster in a trash bag

The shocking footage from New Mexico shows Avila tossing her baby in to a dumpster in a trash bag

The shocking footage from New Mexico shows Avila tossing her baby in to a dumpster in a trash bag

Avila is seen driving off in her car which was later used to find her after abandoning her baby

Avila is seen driving off in her car which was later used to find her after abandoning her baby

Avila is seen driving off in her car which was later used to find her after abandoning her baby 

Jo Imbriale, owner of Rig Outfitters and Home Store, where the security camera footage was captured, said he was asked by police to review video on Friday night.

He told KOB: ‘Something wasn’t right, I saw the officers’ faces, and they did not look right.

‘I said “What is it we are looking for?” and she goes “We’re looking for somebody who dumped a black garbage bag in your dumpster.” I turned around, I said “please don’t tell me it was a baby”.’

The footage shows a woman – who cops believe is Avila – driving into the parking lot in a white sedan and put a black garbage bag – containing her newborn – in it before driving off and abandoning the child.

More footage shows the moment the child was rescued after people apparently heard the newborn’s cries.

Footage from the same camera caught the moment a heroic woman rescued the child from the dumpster

Footage from the same camera caught the moment a heroic woman rescued the child from the dumpster

Footage from the same camera caught the moment a heroic woman rescued the child from the dumpster

The woman can be seen pulling the trash bag off the baby after being alerted by cries

The woman can be seen pulling the trash bag off the baby after being alerted by cries

The woman can be seen pulling the trash bag off the baby after being alerted by cries

Avila was located using security camera footage from Rig Outfitters and Home Store in Hobbs

Avila was located using security camera footage from Rig Outfitters and Home Store in Hobbs

Avila was located using security camera footage from Rig Outfitters and Home Store in Hobbs 

A woman pulled out a trash bag and reacted to what was inside. She immediately began tending to the baby.

The child was wrapped up before being handed over to police and paramedics when they arrived a short time later.

Imbriale added: ‘I was in shock just to see this.

‘I can’t sleep at night just knowing that this baby was just tossed in a dumpster like that. I’m sorry but who does that? That is evil. I don’t have words for it.’

Avila is due to appear in court today.

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