A McDonald's cashier is facing an attempted murder charge after giving birth to a boy while at work and then trying to flush the newborn down a toilet inside the Redwood City restaurant, prosecutors said.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Sarah Lockner, 25, was working the night shift on September 4 when she complained of stomach pain and repeatedly used the restroom. Lockner made multiple trips to the bathroom citing the reason.
A concerned co-worker discovered a large amount of blood on the bathroom floor and peered over the stall to check on Lockner. Lockner had told the woman she was having a heavy menstrual cycle, Daily Post reported. Another female employee checked on her shortly after that, peeking over the closed door of the stall to find her holding a newborn baby to the toilet, according to prosecutors.
The baby boy was held by Lockner face-down in the toilet and was pressed into the water in the pot, Wagstaffe said.
Lockwood allegedly asked her not to call the police.
She then claims to have heard the toilet flush when she ran to get help.
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Officers arrived to find a newborn baby without a pulse and not breathing. Lockner reportedly said she and her boyfriend were unaware that she was pregnant and the baby had come as a shock for her.
The baby boy was taken to the hospital where it was put into a coma.
The tot has since been taken off life support is expected to make a miracle recovery.
Child Protective Services are now trying to determine if there's a family member to release the baby to once he is healthy enough.
Lockner is being charged with attempted murder, causing great bodily injury and assault on the child causing great bodily injury.
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