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3 arrested after infant found with 'heavy amount of meth' in her system

Destiny Lozano (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center) Destiny Lozano (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center)
Ricky Ricardo Lee Hernandez (Source: Dawson County) Ricky Ricardo Lee Hernandez (Source: Dawson County)
Recardo Perez Hernandez (Source: Dawson County) Recardo Perez Hernandez (Source: Dawson County)
LAMESA, TX (KCBD) -

Three people are in jail facing charges of injury to a child after police found a 9-month-old with Meth in her system. 

Police say officers were dispatched to Medical Arts Hospital in Lamesa on March 31st, 2017 for a female infant who was being treated. The child was taken to a Lubbock Hospital where she was placed into intensive care after authorities determined the baby had a heavy amount of Meth in her system. 

Lamesa Police arrested the baby's father, 26-year-old Ricky Ricardo Lee Hernandez of Lamesa, and the child's grandfather, 58-year-old Recardo Perez Hernandez of Lamesa. Both were booked into the Dawson County Jail and face charges of injury to a child.

Lubbock Police arrested the infant's mother, 19-year-old Destiny Raylyn Lozano of Lamesa, and she was booked into the Lubbock County Jail. She also faces charges of injury to a child.

All three are in jail on $150,000 bond. 

This case is still under investigation. If you have any information relating to the case you're asked to contact the Lamesa Police Department or call crime line at 806-872-TIPS (8477).

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