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Child's Body Found
(2007-12-28)
(wgvu) - The man police believe to be the father
of an 18-month-old boy whose mummified body was discovered in a
Fort Wayne home has waived extradition to face charges in Michigan.
Police in Port Huron issued arrest warrants for 38-year-old John
William Gonzales and 23-year-old Ashley Marie Snowden, who are
believed to be the parents of Braylon Bishop Gonzales.
Police believe Braylon died in Port Huron in 2005. His body was
found wrapped in a plastic bag and placed in a storage container in
the home that Gonzales and Snowden shared.
Gonzales waived extradition to St. Clair County, where he faces
charges of murder, child abuse and being a habitual offender.
Snowden, who already waived extradition, faces a charge of being
an accessory after the fact to a felony.
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