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SKOWHEGAN, ME — A 10-year-old girl charged in the death of an infant in Maine is due in court. The girl is scheduled for her initial court appearance Monday in District Court in Skowhegan on a juvenile manslaughter charge. She is charged in the July 8 death of 3-month-old Brooklyn Foss-Greenaway, who was staying overnight in the girl's home in Fairfield in the care of the girl's mother. The state hasn't released the cause of death but Brooklyn's mother was told that her daughter had ingested medication and had been suffocated. Investigators have declared the death a homicide. The 10-year-old is the youngest to be charged in a Maine homicide in at least 30 years. She has been in the custody of the Maine Department of Human Services since being charged in late August.
SKOWHEGAN (AP) — A Maine judge is considering whether a girl who was 11 when she was charged in a baby’s death is competent to stand trial. The girl is charged with manslaughter in the death of 3-month-old Brooklyn Foss- Greenaway. The infant was staying overnight at the home of girl’s mother, who was babysitting her. read more