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Moms and dads charged in death of baby discovered rotting in swing

Authorities in Iowa have charged Cheyanne Harris and Zachary Koehn with murder in the death of their 4-month-old son, whose maggot-infested body was found in a baby swing in the family's home. (Chickasaw County Sheriff's Office)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/10/15261998_G.png" alt=" Authorities in Iowa have actually charged Cheyanne Harris and Zachary Koehn with murder in the death of their 4-month-old child, whose maggot-infested body was found in a child swing in the family's house. (Chickasaw County Constable's Workplace)"

title=” Authorities in Iowa have charged Cheyanne Harris and Zachary Koehn with murder in the death of their 4-month-old child, whose maggot-infested body was discovered in a child swing in the household’s house.

( Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office)” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > Authorities in Iowa have charged Cheyanne Harris and Zachary Koehn with murder in the death of their 4-month-old child, whose maggot-infested body was found in an infant swing in the family’s house.( Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Workplace). ALTA VISTA, Iowa( AP)- Authorities have charged an Iowa couple with murder in the death of their 4-month-old kid, whose maggot-infested body was found in a baby swing in the household’s home. Twenty-year-old Cheyanne Harris and 28-year-old Zachary Koehn( kayn) were detained Wednesday on charges of child endangerment and first-degree murder in the death of their child, Sterling Koehn. Court records don’t list attorneys for either of them. Their initial hearing is set up for Nov. 2.

Authorities say in court records that deputies and medics called to the couple’s Alta Vista home on Aug. 30 found Sterling dead in the swing. A medical examiner discovered maggots in his clothes and skin that indicated he hadn’t had a diaper modification, bath or been removed from the seat in over a week.

Alta Vista is about 125 miles (200 kilometers) northeast of Des Moines.

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Finishing Las Vegas swing, O’Malley calls for immigration reform

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Democratic presidential candidate former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley speaks during a project stop hosted by the Salem Chamber of Commerce Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, in Salem, N.H.

Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015|10:45 a.m.

. In a speech today prior to the group Hispanics in Politics, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, a prospect for the Democratic election for president, sought to stimulate his sagging campaign heading into the Oct. 13 argument.

“I mean to win,” stated O’Malley, who said for modifications to what he called a “callous, illogical, inhumane, and unjust” migration system.

Safeguarding a strategy to legislate the status of undocumented immigrants, O’Malley said, “We need to get 11 million of these new Americans out of the shadow economy and into the light.”

O’Malley likewise criticized Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton obliquely, stating that Democratic voters had a choice in between “a candidate of the past and one who looks to the future.”

He revealed little compunction about attacking Republican frontrunner Donald Trump by name, calling him “a carnival barker whose hate is just gone beyond by his paranoia” and saying that his “xenophobia has actually contaminated the Republican celebration.”

The Nevada caucus will certainly be a crucial test for the former mayor of Baltimore, who severely trails Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Vice President Joe Biden (who may choose to enter the race as early as this weekend) in national surveys.

O’Malley has been bidding for the support of 2 constituencies among Nevada Democrats: union members and Latinos. On Monday, he spoke with members of the Culinary Union and the SEIU.

On a previous journey, he signed up with union members in a demonstration outside the Trump International Hotel. O’Malley has actually recently added project personnel in Nevada as well.

In today’s speech, O’Malley likewise required stricter weapon control, consisting of an assault weapons ban and a licensing system for firearms. He likewise defended President Barack Obama’s record on the Middle East, stating that “America leads finest when it works in coalitions.”

In what appeared to be an unscripted minute, O’Malley showed a flash of the personality that led The Washington Post to call him a “data-driven technocrat,” highlighting a change in veterans’ discharge types that included a line for email contact details, which he said assisted better provide services to returning service members.