RIPLEY, W.Va. The chief investigator in the trial of a man accused of a 10-month child gave his girlfriend a kill of evidence that the man was suspected and that he killed the girl.
Charleston Gazette-Mail reports, Chief County Commander Sir Jackson Jackson, Ross Mellinger, said Thursday that Taylor Taylor had blood on his torch and it was wet when officials were brought to the house in 2016.
The woman indicated that she had received a shirt, and that her paints were biased and that she was facing her daughter exposed, injured. The infant died a day later.
Mellinger pointed out that Taylor was looking for online pornography, he told officials that he had an “episode” when he smiled, and that he did not notice the baby's blood.
Information from: The Charleston Gazette-Mail, http://wvgazettemail.com.