The grandmother and caretaker of an 18-month-old Vermilion Township boy who starved to death last November will spend the next two years behind bars for the role she played in the child’s death.
The parents of an 18-month-old Vermilion Township boy who starved to death last November are headed to prison.
About three months after a toddler starved to death in a Vermilion Township home, the state has begun investigating Erie County Job and Family Services.
A Vermilion couple charged in the starving death of their 18-month-old son are asking a judge to reduce their bond.
The parents of an 18-month-old child who died of starvation have pleaded not guilty to charges in Erie County Common Pleas Court. (UPDATED WITH VIDEO 7:33 p.m.)
Erie County deputies have arrested the parents and grandmother of an 18-month-old Vermilion boy who died from malnutrition in November.
An Erie County grand jury could weigh in next month on the county's investigation into an 18-month-old child's death in Vermilion Township.
Newly released information shows social workers and at least one neighbor voiced concerns about the welfare of children in a Vermilion Township home months, even years, before an 18-month-old child died of starvation.
Local social agencies contacted Erie County social workers in case of malnourished children.
Just days after a Vermilion Township toddler died of apparent malnourishment, Erie County Job and Family Services administrators said they never received a complaint about the boy's family.
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