A spider woman who has been pregnant for nine months has had an ultrasound to look for signs of labor.
The unidentified woman in her 30s told police that she had been in and out of a nursing home and was in labor at her home in the city of Houston.
The woman, who has a 5-month-old son, told investigators that she thought her baby might be a carrier of the Zika virus.
But she said that she was unable to locate a carrier in the United States, according to a Houston Police Department report.
The woman, whose name was withheld because she is pregnant, said that the baby would need to be placed in a protective crib and that she believed she would be able to find a carrier at a local hospital.
However, she was not able to locate any of the babies in the local hospital, according the report.
She said she was told by nurses that if she didn’t want the baby to be cared for at home, she could bring it to a local health clinic for an ultrasound, but the facility did not have the equipment.
The woman also said that in addition to having no prenatal care, she has not had any prenatal care since her pregnancy began, and that her husband was not allowed to work during the pregnancy.
She said that on April 1, a nurse at her hospital, Mercy Medical Center, told her that she should have been discharged and that they would not be able care for her, according a police report.
A hospital employee then took the woman’s husband and child to a hospital in a different state, where the woman was admitted for evaluation.
According to the report, the woman had been at the hospital for a CT scan, but her baby did not respond.
She was taken to Mercy Medical because she was having complications from the pregnancy and could not be discharged, but she later learned that she could not stay at the facility.
In the course of the investigation, police learned that the woman told a doctor that she felt she might have an ectopic pregnancy, which is a rare condition in which an embryo develops outside of a woman’s uterus.
The doctor said she would not recommend that the patient be tested, the report said.
Investigators then learned that there were two more people who had a similar experience.
The first was a 35-year-old woman who was in a nursing facility in Texas, according an arrest warrant affidavit.
The second woman was in the hospital in Austin.
Authorities told the woman that she did not need to have a pregnancy test and that if a CT was needed, they could provide it, the affidavit said.
She did not know that this was true and she did have an ultrasound.
She then called her doctor and told him that she would take a blood sample to see if she had a carrier, the warrant said.
The woman told police she was able to go to her hospital for the scan and was told that she may have had an ectopy, but that the scans would be negative.
She also did not want to get the scan done because she did believe she had an implantation.
At the hospital, the scans were negative.
A hospital nurse told the suspect that she needed to be put into a protective room, but no one there had any such equipment, the arrest warrant said, according, to the affidavit.
When the suspect was in another room, a medical worker asked her to put her arms around another nurse, who told her to lie down and not move.
She asked the nurse to remove her shirt, which she did.
She told the nurse that she wanted to see a scan, and she asked if she could have the scan.
She got up and began to move her arms, and the nurse told her she had to go back into her room.
Eventually, the suspect returned to her room and lay down on a table.
She had no pulse, and her husband did not come to her side.
She collapsed, and a doctor took her into the hospital.
Police told the man that the nurse in the other room had told her about a woman who had been pregnant, but did not think she would have an implant in her uterus, the police report said, and said the woman said she did know a woman with a positive ultrasound.
The report did not say which woman.
“It appears that she is not a carrier and that the suspect has a negative pregnancy test,” the police department said in a statement.
“At this time, the investigation is ongoing.”