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Update: Father charged after throwing 2-month-old out of balcony

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In an update to a previous article, Clarence Edward Martin has been charged for the death of his 2-month old, setting an apartment on fire, and death of the family dog.

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Father who threw 2-month-old off balcony identified

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The man who threw his 2-month-old daughter from a balcony Saturday has been identified as Clarence Martin Jr.. The 2-month-old was found by police in her mother’s arms and taken to St. Rose Hospital and Medical Center where she was pronounced dead.

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Suzanne Morphew: Brother Begins Massive Search

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More than four months after her disappearance, the search for missing Colorado biker Suzanne Morphew continues. Suzanne’s brother, Andy Moorman, organized a massive volunteer search that began on September 23. Hundreds of volunteers poured into Suzanne’s small town of Salida, where she had gone missing on May 10, and have now trekked over mountains and through forests in search of clues for three days. The search is expected to last until September 29.

Crime rates decrease in Mid-Michigan with one exception

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“Overall, when it comes to violent crime, we’ve kind of noticed a decrease in violent crime overall; however our domestic assaults and violence relating to couples, we’ve seen a little bit of a surge,” said Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green.

Texas Hospital Child Abuse Cases Rise In COVID-19 Outbreak

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Doctors at a children’s hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, have sounded the alarm over concerns about a rise in alleged child abuse cases amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“We also saw similar types of things happen during the recession where, in our trauma department, the most common cause of trauma death in children was motor vehicle collisions. During the recession, that changed to abusive head trauma, and I don’t want to see that again,” Coffman noted.