‘No shame, no blame, no names’: ‘Baby Box’ installed in Fortville

2019-11-15T17:51:37+00:00October 24th, 2019|Child abuse prevention, Daily Reporter, Neglect, Prosecutor's office|

FORTVILLE — The door recently installed at Vernon Township’s new fire station isn’t big like the bay doors spanning its large garage. Instead, it’s just big enough to place a baby in the container inside. That container, which is equipped with heating and cooling features, immediately locks after a baby is placed inside. A circuit

Greenfield teen parents waived to adult court to face charges in baby neglect case

2018-01-04T18:24:25+00:00January 4th, 2018|Child abuse, Neglect, WXIN|

GREENFIELD, Ind.-- Two teenage parents now face charges in adult court in connection with severe injuries to their then 6-week-old baby. According to investigators, the baby’s injuries are consistent with shaken baby syndrome. Brandon Kimberlin, who turned 17 in December , and Caitlin Mann, who just turned 18 in November, face two counts of neglect of

Grandparents charged in case of Greenfield infant with multiple brain bleeds, broken bones

2017-12-28T22:07:00+00:00December 11th, 2017|Child abuse, Neglect, WRTV 6|

GREENFIELD, Ind. -- A Greenfield couple has been arrested on charges of neglect of a dependent over injuries that sent their 6-week-old grandson to the intensive care unit. Isaiah Kimberlin was rushed to the Hancock Regional Hospital emergency room just before 9 p.m. on Nov. 11 in cardiac arrest. Doctors were able to stabilize Isaiah

Greenfield boy reports mom forced him to beg for money at gas stations, eat from the trash

2017-09-25T16:13:36+00:00July 18th, 2017|CBS 4, Child abuse, Neglect|

GREENFIELD, Ind. — A Greenfield mom and her boyfriend are facing child neglect charges after police report a boy claims he was forced to beg for money at gas stations and eat from the trash. Telisa Parrish was arrested on charges of battery and neglect of a dependent. Her 11-year-old son told police she beat

Father and mother facing charges for infant son’s death

2017-09-25T16:49:40+00:00November 12th, 2015|Child abuse, Neglect, WISH TV|

GREENFIELD, Ind. (WISH) – A man is facing charges for the death of his three-month-old son. Charles Jenkins, 21, appeared before a judge Thursday afternoon for his initial court hearing. He has been charged with aggravated battery, neglect of a dependent resulting in death, and possession of marijuana. Hancock County prosecutor Brent Eaton said during

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