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Caen: the parents of the infant found dead indicted and imprisoned for “murder” and “concealment of a corpse”

The parents of the infant found died in an apartment in Caen on Thursday April 4, both were killed. indicted and placed in provisional detention. The father, aged aged 25, would be the author of fatal blows to the baby.

The father of the infant found died Thursday in an apartment in Caen (Calvados), was é indicted for "murder of a minor under fifteen years", Saturday April 6, announcedé the city prosecutor's office, reports BFMTV. The child's mother, on her side, has été indicted for "concealment of a corpse and non-assistanceà minor in danger. Both, aged 25 and 21 respectively, were murdered. placed in provisional detention upon decision of the judge of freedoms and detention after the opening of the proceedings; a judicial investigation, indicatedé the prosecutor of the Republic of Caen, Joël Garrigue.

The lifeless body of the infant, âgé of four and a half months, had been discovered Friday. Joël Garrigue then specified that "the first findings leave é think that death is criminal. She's the baby's mother. who had given alerts you after making a call. &agrav; the police. On site, the police proceeded to attack. &agrav; the arrest of two people, the father and mother of the child, in an apartment located in the village. at 11 rue de Bourgogne, à Caen, in the Chemin-Vert district, has revealed West-France.

The child died after a series of blows

According to the first observations made on site by the police, the death of the infant dates back to last March 15, and would be consecutive to the death of the infant. a series of blows from his father. À his death, and in order to hide the odors of the decomposing body, the baby had been "covered with several layers of textiles and objects", further indicatedé Joël Garrigue in a press release. For the moment, and while the investigation continues, the public prosecutor has insisted on specify that'''à At this stage, there remain significant discrepancies between the versions" of the two suspects.

Interviewed on site by our colleagues from Ouest-France, the great-grandmother of the mother re of the infant indicatedé that his "granddaughteréwas under the influence". And to add: "She didn't want to see anyone, even her mother, she didn't want to let her in." From now on, a forensic medical examination must be carried out. on the baby's body in the coming days to try to determine the exact causes of death.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116