ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Authorities say a two women and one man are in custody in connection with a child abuse in New Mexico’s Bernalillo County.
County Sheriff’s officials said Monday that deputies were called to Adobe Acres Elementary School in reference to alleged child abuse.
They say a juvenile boy had visible injuries on his face and detectives learned that the child’s stepfather allegedly was responsible.
Sheriff’s officials say 36-year-old Nathan Treloar was arrested on suspicion of child abuse, and the boy’s 31-year-old mother — Sandra Miller — was arrested on suspicion of child neglect.
They say 35-year-old Colleen Calamia lives at the child’s residence and she’s being held on suspicion of failure to report child abuse.
Deputies say the boy’s injuries aren’t life-threatening and their investigation of the case is continuing.