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Parents Arrested In Death of 5-Mth Old Infant

Posted by Sandra On November - 26 - 2010

Eau Claire- Two teens have been charged in the death of their infant daughter, after authorities found the girl unconscious in an Eau Claire apartment Wednesday morning. 19-year-old Tyreece Triplett is facing charges of first degree reckless homicide and felony child abuse. The infant’s mother, 18-year-old Molly Campbell, has been charged with child neglect. According to the criminal complaint Campbell had left the infant with Triplett Tuesday night around 11 o’clock. Triplett said the baby began crying after Campbell left and he “freaked out”. Triplett admitted to officers that he shook the baby and threw her against a wall. He explained that the baby then fell into the crib, and that he shook the crib violently. When Campbell returned to the apartment, Triplett told her the baby had fallen off the couch.

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