“He would never step outside without our permission,” said Rivera. “How does he get to the roof when she lives on the first floor?”
Daylan could not climb stairs well without an adult’s help, Rivera said.
Chillingly, Wednesday morning, when Daylan’s grandmother dropped him off at daycare, he didn’t want to go, his mother said.
To ease the family’s fears, a little after 9 a.m., Rondon-Ramos texted Rivera a picture of Ramos, writing in Spanish, “your boy is good – he is playing and quiet.”
Fifteen minutes later, police called her to tell her what had happened to her son.
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