She said she attempted to rub his feet and bend his legs, but got no response from the child.
According to court documents, the babysitter told police that nothing happened to the boy until that point that would have caused him to have a seizure.
However, she later told police the infant may have hit his head on a cabinet while being carried.
She also later admitted to shaking the baby in an attempt to wake the boy up.
“Mirella demonstrated this with a toy doll in the interview room. Mirella was shaking the doll so hard that it appeared like Mirella was going to drop the doll. Mirella was also shaking the doll in a way that if it was (the boy), (the boy's) head would be bouncing out of control,” police wrote in the affidavit.
According to court documents obtained by the Enid News and Eagle, Morales told police if she had to scale how hard she shook the infant on a scale of one to 10, with 10 being the hardest, that she shook the boy at a 10.
“It was noted in the medical report from OU Children's … these traumatic brain injuries are concerning for non-accidental trauma,” police wrote in the affidavit.