Couple accused in 2017 death of baby found in abandoned car
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio husband and wife charged in the death of their infant son found in an abandoned car nearly three years ago had their bond set at $500,000 each on Tuesday.
A judge set bond for Jenna Cisneros, 34, and Jacob Cisneros, 33, in a courtroom in Toledo a day after they were charged with involuntary manslaughter and child endangering. Court records do not list an attorney for either one.
DNA tests show that they are the parents of the baby found in an abandoned car in Toledo in May 2017, authorities said in court records. Authorities also stated in court records that the baby died from lack of care.
Police said at the time the baby was found that his identity wasn’t known and that there were no signs of trauma on his decomposing body. The car had been parked for a long time and was not working, police said.
The couple’s family members declined to comment after the hearing Tuesday, The Blade reported.