2 charged after newborn's remains found in trash bag

Ebony Scott
June 21, 2017

A man and a woman were arrested and charged Monday after the remains of a newborn were found in the woods behind a MA home.

Officers were called to 375 Lake Ave. on Monday at 8:43 a.m. after receiving a report of an unusual odor coming from a bag. But when cops arrived they found it behind 384 Lake Ave.

According to a police statement: 'Behind the property in the woods, they located a garbage bag emitting a strong odor.

Two people charged with concealing the death of newborn baby are scheduled to appear in district court here Tuesday.

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The two were arrested and charged with walking on railroad tracks. The railroad tracks are private property and there is a prominently posted "No Trespassing" sign. Soon after the remains were discovered, officers spotted Rheaume and Santiago walking on some nearby railroad tracks.

Police said they have not confirmed the newborn was Rheaume's child.

Jennifer Rheaume, 36, and Edwin Santiago, 31, were arrested after police saw them near the house where the baby was found and questioned them. Police added, "It is also unknown whether the baby was alive at the time of delivery". The cause and time of the baby's death are now unknown, pending autopsy results.

Remains of a newborn found outside of a Lake Avenue home in Worcester.

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