MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Maplewood mother is charged with child endangerment after police found her passed out on top of her 19-month-old child on Nov. 9.

Police found another of Alyssa Ann Rangel’s children, a 7-month-old infant, unattended in a stroller parked in the driveway. The temperature was around 35 degrees when police arrived at 2:40 p.m.

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Police extricated the 19-month-old from beneath Rangel’s unconscious body.

The toddler was unharmed and partially unclothed, lacking pants or diapers.

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According to the criminal complaint, Rangel’s blood alcohol level was .307 and she had difficulties answering the police officer’s questions about the origin of the blood on her hands. She denied she had been drinking.

The 25-year-old mother’s only recollection of the day was a desire to take her children on a walk because it was “football day,” she told a child protection worker.

Rangel faces up to a year behind bars and a $3,000 fine if convicted.

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