Trenton police officer delivers baby at family home

CLINTON COUNTY — A Trenton police officer had a surprise ending to an early Saturday morning call, when he helped usher a new life into the world.

Humberto Hernandez, Officer Ryan Weh, baby Aaron. (Submitted photo)
Humberto Hernandez, Officer Ryan Weh, baby Aaron.
(Submitted photo)

According to police reports, Officer Ryan Weh responded around 7:13 a.m. to assist Sugar Creek EMS on a call of a woman in labor.

Weh was first on the scene, arriving in time to see the mother in delivery position and the baby’s head crowning.

Weh, who is also an EMT, helped the mother, Jessica Ramirez, deliver a healthy baby boy named Aaron at 7:17 a.m.. Weh then helped the Aaron’s father, Humberto Hernandez, to clean the newborn.

EMS crews from both Sugar Creek and Breese arrived shortly after the baby was delivered and transported both mother and child to the hospital.

Weh has since visited the family at the hospital and everyone is reported to be in good condition.