Connecticut dad, aunt arrested after toddler found on roof: police
A Connecticut father and aunt were arrested on Wednesday after police said a two-year-old boy was found on a roof of a home.
The Ansonia Police Department said its officers they were called to a home at around 8:50 a.m. for a report of a toddler on the roof.
When officers arrived, they allegedly found the child about 30 feet above the ground.
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An officer was able to talk to the child and keep him from moving around the roof, while a sergeant and another officer forced entry into the house to get the toddler off the roof, according to a news release posted on the Ansonia Police Department’s Facebook page.
The child's father, 23-year-old David Hustek, and the aunt, 20-year-old Sarah Barker, were inside the home at the time. Police said they claimed to have been sleeping and did not know the child was on the roof.
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Police said the toddler did not appear to be injured but was taken to an area hospital as a precaution.
The department said the house was in “deplorable" condition and was condemned after city building officials were contacted. Ansonia is located about 12 miles northwest of New Haven.
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Hustek and Barker were both charged with risk of injury to a minor and reckless endangerment. They are scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday.