Local news stories painted a slightly different picture of Tamara Reyes. The 37 year old was on maternity leave from Memorial High School when she snapped and dropped her newborn off at her local middle school.
The news reported that on June 10th a 28 day old girl with minor bruises was abandoned on the Weehawken middle school steps. It sounds like someone was attempting to use the safe haven act to their benefit which would have been almost commendable.
In reality Tamara Reyes of Weehawken New Jersey, the now former special ed teacher at memorial high school in New Jersey ‘may have’ thrown her newborn from the car before driving off . She left her baby bleeding, crying and laying face down a hot side walk, in 90 degree heat. A short time before that her colleagues had given the heartless bitch a baby shower.
The mother to a student in the middle school found the baby, scooped her up and brought her to the nurse. The police were called.
I say ‘may have’ because it has not been determined if Tamara beat the baby or simply tossed her from the car. The injuries were reported to have been consistent with being tossed from the car though.
The police pulled over Tamara where she confessed to what she had just done, one news report said that she admitted “I just killed my baby! “.
Tamara waste of air Reyes, 37, was charged with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child and child abuse only hours after she was released from a Jersey Hospital where she received a psychological evaluation.
She is now sucking up the local taxes in the Hudson county correctional center while awaiting trial.
The little girl, known as K.R. had a fractured skull and broken bones. She was listed in critical condition and has since had a host of surgeries. She is doing better but she is still fighting for her little life and still is listed in guarded condition.
By the way, what Tamara did was criminal at best. The Safe Haven Act does NOT punish parents for leaving any child at a hospital, fire station, ect… If you do not wish to parent a child or can not for any reason then it’s still an option.
***A special thanks to itsmesg2003 for the write up!!***