Watauga police had arrested the father and accused him of smothering his 2-year-old daughter. Then the girl’s older brother admitted he had caused her death.
Watauga police had arrested the father and accused him of smothering his 2-year-old daughter. Then the girl’s older brother admitted he had caused her death. Star-Telegram archives
Watauga police had arrested the father and accused him of smothering his 2-year-old daughter. Then the girl’s older brother admitted he had caused her death. Star-Telegram archives

This dad was charged with killing his toddler — until his 7-year-old son confessed

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