GUILTY GA - Camyria Arnold, 3, dies of dry drowning, Albany, 27 Dec 2010

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  1. MorenoI

    MorenoI New Member

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    http://www.albanyherald.com/news/he...d_with_murder_in_death_120643534.html?ref=534

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    According to a report filed with the Albany Police Department, Camyria had bruises on her right thigh and on the left side of her neck as well as red marks on her chest and dilated pupils when she was brought to Phoebe. Police said a doctor at the hospital reportedly told a Department of Family and Childrens Services worker and an APD officer that Camyria’s body temperature was 91.6 degrees and that she had a sodium level of 117, which is indicative of possible drowning.

    When interviewed by police and DFACS, Camyria’s mother said that she was at work when she received a call from Jones saying the toddler was acting sluggishly and was sleepy. To awaken her, Jones said he placed her in the bathtub and cut the shower on cold. He further told the mother, per the report, that he thought Camyria might have ingested something while she was napping.

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  3. Disguiseduser0308

    Disguiseduser0308 New Member

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    :( Something in that article struck me funny. Maybe it's the wording. Perhaps taken out of context:

    Okay, I understand, no one wants to believe an adult would purposely hurt a child. But, we all know it happens. Perhaps I would take the statement better if it seemed more victim oriented.

    I hope this person pays for what he did to this precious child. She didn't deserve this.
     
  4. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny New Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    From August 2013:

    http://www.albanyherald.com/news/2013/aug/26/man-gets-life-for-killing-toddler/

     

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