A baby cut from his mother's womb during a brutal attack in April has died, a family spokeswoman said.
The teenager returned on April 23 to accept Clarisa Figueroa's offer of free baby clothes, and as Desiree Figueroa was showing Ms Ochoa-Lopez a photo album of her late brother to distract her, Clarisa Figueroa sneaked up behind her and strangled her with a cord, prosecutors say.
Ms Garcia said the family had been weighing whether to take the baby off life support when he died.
Cecilia Garcia confirmed a family statement posted on Facebook that 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa's baby died at Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. He was in intensive care with severe brain damage since arriving to the hospital.
"It's still a long way to go for the baby, but the baby is fighting and surviving", Frank Avila, an attorney for the baby's father, told reporters at the time.
Chicago Police missing person flier for Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegui, who had gone to a Chicago home in response to a Facebook offer of free baby clothes, was strangled and her baby cut from her womb, police and family members said.
Fox23 reported that the baby had no brain function, but his family chose not to take him off life support.
Clarisa Figueroa, 46, and her 24-year-old daughter, Desiree Figueroa, were indicted Wednesday on charges of first-degree murder, WLS reported.More news: Fans celebrating Toronto Raptors’ NBA championship rush to secure team merchandise
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Later that day, Clarisa Figueroa called 911 claiming that her newborn baby wasn't breathing.
Figueroa's 20-year-old son, Xander, had died in 2018, according to prosecutors. "We're asking the prosecutor to bring murder charges against these three vicious, evil murderers and anybody else who helped them". Two months later, she posted a picture of a crib and baby's room to a Facebook page that provides baby items for families in need, he said.
The defendants in the case are due back in court June 26.
She also denied bond to Bobak, who was charged with the concealment of a homicide.
Figueroa and her daughter, Desiree Figueroa - who police say helped in the strangulation - were arrested after investigators found the teen's body in a trash can in Figueroa's yard.
During her alleged fake pregnancy, Clarisa said she would name her unborn son after her son that died.
Subsequent DNA tests revealed that Ms Ochoa-Lopez was the baby's mother.
The motive for the killing is under investigation, but Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said he believes the elder Figueroa wanted to raise the child as her own.