A Maryland based nanny, Oluremi Oyindasola, 66, of Glenarden, Maryland, has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder after she force-fed an eight-month old baby girl, Enita Salubi, with two bottles of milk after the infant woke her up from a nap. The nanny who is also facing first-degree child abuse resulting in death and other charges, unsuccessfully tried feeding the child then she ‘proceeded to pour a large amount of white liquid directly inside the victim’s mouth’.
According to Prince George’s County Police, a home surveillance system recorded Oyindasola napping when the crying child approached in a toddler walker.
Col. Harry Bond with Prince George’s County Police said:
‘She forcefully poured the two bottles of what looks to be milk down the baby’s mouth, causing her to not be able to breathe, suffocating her, and eventually she died at the hospital.’
Also, the Police also released a press statement which read:
‘On October 24th, at about 4.10pm, the baby had been rushed to a hospital after she became unresponsive at home. ‘She was pronounced dead a short time later. An autopsy on Tuesday revealed the baby’s cause of death was asphyxiation. The manner of death was ruled a homicide. ‘The preliminary investigation revealed the injuries to the baby occurred while in the sole care and custody of Oyindasola.’ Oyindasol ‘is in the custody of the Department of Corrections’.
It’s understood that Oyindasola who’s being held on $1million bond, hasn’t a lawyer.