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Police: Newborn baby examined by ambulance crews after domestic incident in Seneca Falls

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Police have arrested a Seneca Falls woman following a domestic incident involving a child.

On April 10 around 12 p.m. police arrested Clarissa Miller, 27, of Seneca Falls for shoving a male victim who was holding a newborn child in his arms.


The child was examined by North Seneca Ambulance and found to not be physically harmed in the incident.

Police said there were two other kids present at the time of the incident.

Miller was charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of harassment.

The charges will be answered at a later date.