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No charges for parents who left toddler in car

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Hillsborough deputies at 127th Avenue East on Tuesday Hillsborough deputies at 127th Avenue East on Tuesday
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

Deputies say they are turning the investigation into two parents who left their child in a car for eight hours over to the State Attorney's Office.

At this point, no charges have been filed against Alexander Rosario and Douceaymee Lopez-Alvarez.  Deputies say around noon on Tuesday, the parents found their 1-year-old son Jadiel Rosario strapped in his car seat inside the car outside their home on 127th Avenue East. 

Investigators say the family had been out late the previous night, visiting relatives.  When they returned at 4:00 AM, the mother thought the father brought Jadiel inside, and the father thought the mother had done it.

At last check, Jadiel Rosario was in critical condition at Florida Hospital. 

The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office will decide whether Rosario and Lopez-Alvarez will face charges.

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