“Justice sometimes grinds a little slow, but we believe we have a strong case in this case and we’ll move forward with it,” Gene Lepley, a spokesman for the Richmond Police Department, told
Prosecuting attorney Mary Langer claimed that Malick #left the boy on the couch in the #RV, which the family was living in, and propped up pillows to hold a bottle to his mouth. Newton found the child dead seven #hours later, Langer said.
The 6-month-old boy had been left alone for seven hours on the day he died, said prosecutors, who brought charges of second-degree #murder and felony child neglect against Sabrina Malick, 29, and Walter E. Newton, 46, reports the
Six months after their #baby #son was found dead in their recreational vehicle, wedged between a couch and the driver’s seat, the #parents of Brendon Newton have been #charged with murder and child neglect, according to reports.