Parents Charged In Death Of Toddler Found In Michigan Motel – CBS Detroit

ARMINGTON HILLS, Michigan (AP) – The parents of a one-year-old boy were charged on Wednesday, October 6th after the child was found dead in a motel room in suburban Detroit.

An autopsy showed the boy, Isaias Daniel Porras, died of multiple injuries and “was covered from head to toe with bruises including bruises in the brain,” assistant prosecutor Amy MacGregor said in court.

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Farmington Hills Police said officers responded to a call from family relatives to check on the boy when they found his body.

The boy’s father, Isaias Aurelio Porras, 31, has been charged with murder and child abuse, while his mother, Amanda Jajou, 30, has been charged with second degree child abuse and complicity after the crime.

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No one spoke in court on Wednesday. A lawyer advocated the couple, whose last known addresses were in Colorado and California but were described as homeless.

Both were held without bail and brought back to court on October 20.

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