19-year-old girl arrested for killing her newborn toddler
By MAC.TV04 | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 2 views
A 19-year-old girl arrested on murder charges for killing her newborn toddler at Akyem Ofoase District Police in the jap place.
he is presently underneath research to unravel the purpose why she slashed the throat of her new child infant.
in step with police, the suspect, identified as staying power Tetteh, alias Mommie, who resides at Atanurom, a village close to Akyem Otwereso in the Akyemansa District reportedly slit the throat of her day-antique infant and dumped the body in a cocoa farm near the village.
persistence was arrested after some community participants pronounced the problem to the police and the body of the infant wrapped in a sack turned into retrieved from the farm.
The suspect, reviews stated already has a 5-year-old infant and is believed to be affected by depression.
in the meantime, the frame of the baby has been deposited on the morgue of Oda government health center.
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