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MI–Huron County DHS Knew of Teen’s Homelife

Posted by Sandra On March - 31 - 2011

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BAD AXE, MI — While court information indicates the Michigan Department of Human Services had been contacted multiple times in reports of suspected child abuse or neglect at the home of the 13-year-old mother who hid her stillborn baby in the attic area of a friend’s home in Port Hope on Saturday, it does not include what action caseworkers took in response to the complaints.

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