October 2, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Las Vegas mother who police say was being treated for anxiety is expected to face felony charges that could get her decades in prison for allegedly throwing her baby, her toddler and herself out a second-story window.
A police report made public Thursday identifies 34-year-old Luz Robledo Ibarra as the woman hospitalized with a broken pelvis and other injuries following the pre-dawn incident June 12 at a northeast Las Vegas home.
It says she's expected to face attempted murder and felony child abuse charges for the critical injuries to the two children, both younger than 2.
The woman's mother, who lived in the house, told police that Ibarra had been depressed after the birth of her son in November and was having trouble caring for her three children.
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