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Baby Cecilia, who was born on the
pavement at Curepe Junction last
month, will be released fully into the
charge of the State.
This instruction was given upon the
completion of an investigation by the
Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child
According to sources at the ministry,
several interviews were conducted with
hospital officials at the Eric Williams
Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC)
in Mount Hope, including social workers
at the medical facility.
The Sunday Guardian was informed
that investigations were carried out by
officials at the Social Services Unit.
Baby Cecilia will be put up for adop-
tion and potential parents will be prop-
erly screened before she is released into
The baby s father, Anthony Abraham,
53, told the Guardian, in a previous inter-
view, that he did not want his child to
be taken by the State. He, however,
changed his mind a few days later after
agreeing that he and the child s mother,
Crystal Dennis, were not in a position
to properly care for the child on their
Dennis, 34, gave birth on the pave-
ment in Curepe on June 2.
On June 8, she was discharged from
the EWMSC after receiving further
medical treatment and evaluation. She
was transferred there days after being
warded at the Women s Hospital fol-
lowing her delivery on the pavement
Abraham and Dennis have been
together for the past 16 years and already
have three other children---Anna, 11;
Amanda, six; and Aaron, five.
The children are currently in the care
of one of Abraham s relatives.
Efforts to contact Minister of Gender,
Youth and Child Development, Clifton
De Couteau, for further comment yes-
terday proved futile.
On June 3, 2015, Minister of the People
and Social Development Christine
Newallo-Hosein said the Social Services
Unit had intervened in mid-May to ren-
der assistance to Dennis, but she had
refused any help.
PNM candidate for
Tabaquite Kevin Chan is
calling on the Police
Canine Unit to assist in
finding his uncle Lionel
Jennings who went
missing on Wednesday
Chan and his family
spent yesterday searching
the forests behind Jen-
nings s home at El Pariso
Road, Guaracara. Jen-
nings aka Darkie, 60, was
last seen shutting the
gates of his home. Chan
said, "A neighbour saw
him locking the front gate
and then he walked
around to the back of his
house. That was the last
time anybody heard or
saw him." He explained
that Jennings was very
health conscious and
would often go for walks
behind his house.
"He loved the bush.
He would go there to
relax but he would never
go if it s dark. Most times
State to take charge
of baby Cecilia
Uncle of PNM Tabaquite
candidate missing he would go on morn-
ings and return at noon."
Chan said he was dis-
appointed that the police
had not assisted them
by using tracker dogs to
find Jennings. He said
on Thursday they went
to lodge a report at the
Brasso Police Station and
were later told that the
report had to be made
to the Gasparillo police.
"The Gasparillo police
came yesterday but they
did not go with us in the
bush to search. They told
us if we didn t find any-
thing by midday tomor-
row (Sunday), they will
assist," Chan said. He
expressed fear that his
uncle could have expe-
rienced some chest pains
and collapsed in the
He said on Monday,
Jennings visited the doc-
tor and got medication
for heart problems. Prior
to this, "nobody knew
he suffered from heart
Chan s mother, Julie
Jennings Chan, said yes-
terday that her brother
was not known to leave
his home for days. She
said Jennings was very
close to her and if any-
thing untoward had
happened he would have
informed her. Her hus-
band, Krisha Chan, also
said Jennings was not
one to stay out.
Anyone with infor-
mation can contact
Chan at 397-7795, or
the Gasparillo police
station at 650-0200.
PNM candidate for Tabaquite, Kevin Chan, leads a search party through the forests of El Pariso, in the hope
of finding his uncle Lionel Jennings (inset) who has been missing since Wednesday. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
Flashback...Anthony Abraham is
embraced by his common-law wife,
Crystal Dennis, outside their home
on Farm Road. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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