WATCH LIVE: Chopper 7 HD live on the home where Marlen Ochoa-Lopez's remains were found
WATCH LIVE: Chopper 7 HD
WATCH LIVE: Chopper 7 HD Medical Examiner's Office still remains at a home in the 4100-block of West 77th Place as Marlen Ochoa-Lopez. They said cause of death was ligature strangulation. Her death has been ruled a homicide.
Around 7 p.m., the 'Investigation' is a very focused on a fire pit in the back yard.
A spokesperson with the family of Ochoa-Lopez said that they are heading to the 4100-block of West 77th Place. Police said four persons of interest, two men and two women, were taken from the home for questioning Tuesday.
Three persons of interest remain in custody Wednesday, Chicago police said.
Ochoa-Lopez had previously been identified as Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegui. Uriostegui is her mother's name. Both Police and the Cook County Medical Examiner identified as Marlen Ochoa-Lopez.
Starting around 5 p.m. police widened the perimeter around the home, pushing it back. It's possible they will be executing a search warrant.
Ochoa-Lopez's family said they were living in the home over the week, and their daughter exchanged messages on a Facebook group.
"She was giving clothes away, supposedly under the pretenses that her daughters had given and they had all those extra clothes, and that's where the false pretenses that I said," said spokesperson Cecilia Garcia.
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A woman who was asked to remain anonymous.
"She told me how she was getting really attached to the baby, how she could not wait for a mom again," the woman said. "She said she needed money because she was having a new baby." She told me she was due in May. "
ABC7 Eyewitness News on April 23, 2009 An old female resident of the West on the West Coast. That's what the same day Ochoa-Lopez was last seen alive in Pilsen.
One of the women living in the home allegedly called 91
"The caller gave birth 10 minutes ago," a 911 dispatcher tells the Chicago Fire Department. "Forty-six years of age." The baby is not breathing. "They are doing CPR."
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Chicago fire official confirmed that shortly after 6 p.m. firefighters responded to the address for a baby in distress. CPR what happened and the baby was taken to Christ Hospital, officials said.
The family said Wednesday morning the baby was found alive and is in the hospital.
Wednesday, Ochoa-Lopez's child, is said to have died.
She's like, 'I believe in miracles, I do not believe what the doctor tell me,' " said Garcia.
Garcia said: "Yadiel is currently in critical condition at Christ Hospital.
The family said they are hopeful, but are preparing for the worst.
"Our faith moves us." We are hopeful, but we are prepared for the worst, "Garcia said. "We just ask the public to please keep us in their prayers, especially the family."