The child's mother spoke with WCVB and said she'd asked the teens - one of whom is her niece - to come over to her Danvers residence on Monday watch the baby so she could take a shower. The two girls can be heard laughing.
Danvers police Chief Patrick M. Ambrose confirmed the horrific details of the allegation in an e-mail Thursday morning.
On Tuesday, police arrested the girls and charged them with child endangerment and assault and battery by means of a unsafe weapon, O'Connell said.
The girls' names are being withheld due to their age.
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"We can report that the child is home with a parent and is doing well", Ambrose said.
Two teenage babysitters are taking heat after allegedly chilling a baby inside a refrigerator. But the mother of the eight month old baby girl tells WBZ-TV one of the teens, a 15-year-old, is her niece.
"I was horrified. I was in shock". "I'm traumatized from that". She didn't - I know she wouldn't hurt my little girl and that wasn't her aims.
The baby's mother said she was away from the house for a little over half an hour when the Snapchat was posted.
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Bonnie says her niece is no longer allowed to babysit or see her 7-month-old.
The girls, who are from the nearby Swampscott area, were arrested Tuesday after the video was reported to the Department of Children and Families (DCF).
"You can't trust anyone", she told the station, "not even your own family".
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