3 arrested in Bernalillo County child abuse case

February 4, 2013 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Authorities say a two women and one man are in cus[auth] tody 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.

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