Who is Jesenea Miron? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Arrested for trying to STEAL a baby


Jesenea Miron of Moreno Valley, was arrested on Friday, July 15 after allegedly attempting to steal a baby from the Riverside University Health System Medical Center on Thursday, July 14 at around 10.30 am. Miron, 23, was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center for kidnapping charges and is currently being held on a $1 million bail.

Miron is said to have disguised herself as a new nurse in order to gain access to the ward, and then ”entered a patient’s hospital room and identified herself as a nurse.” Miron then tried to take the baby but was confronted by hospital staff, who contacted security. It is unknown if Miron was targeting a specific baby or if she picked the baby at random.

Jesenea Miron Age

Jesenea Miron is 23 years old.

Jesenea Miron Arrested for trying to STEAL a baby

According to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, deputies were notified by the hospital staff of an individual impersonating a nurse around 10:30 am on Thursday, July 14, Fox 11 reported. Deputies later learned that Miron entered the hospital disguised as a newly-hired nurse and gained access to the medical ward for newborn infants and new mothers. She allegedly entered a hospital room and introduced herself as a nurse.

She attempted to take a newborn infant while inside the patient’s room. Miron was confronted by hospital personnel, who alerted security. She fled the hospital before police arrived, but deputies quickly identified Miron as the suspect and served a search warrant at the 11000 block of Weber Street in Moreno Valley, where Miron was found and arrested.

Miron admitted to impersonating a nurse and saying that kidnapping a baby would be “easy,” according to court documents obtained by FOX 11. According to the same documents, officers discovered evidence that she had ultrasounds from two other hospitals. The investigation remains ongoing as authorities try to determine how the young woman managed to get inside the ward without setting off any alarm bells.

The CEO of Riverside, Jennifer Cruikshank, said the hospital system ”has multiple layers of security to protect the safety and well-being of patients and staff.” Security is also being ‘reviewed and reinforced’ and additional deputies are on the property, according to The New York Times.

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