Phoenix police investigators are testing DNA samples from men who work at a Phoenix nursing facility in response to a vegetative patient giving birth there last week.
Hacienda HealthCare confirmed the search warrant for DNA samples Tuesday evening.
The investigation prompted outrage nationwide last week after Arizona’s Family revealed a 29-year-old Native American woman living in a yearslong vegetative state had been impregnated at the facility.
A week after the victim gave birth, Phoenix police have still released next to nothing about the investigation.
Sources tell Arizona's Family that the baby boy is alive, but it is still unclear who currently has custody of the child.
The now-former CEO of Hacienda HealthCare, Bill Timmons, has also stayed silent about exactly what he knew and when he knew it.
Several sources close to the case told Arizona’s Family that there is much more to be uncovered about the abuse allegations at this facility.
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