Tuesday, January 20, 2009

People Not Like Us

Grandmother accused of biting infant
WINCHESTER, Ind. -- Authorities say a Winchester woman accused of biting her 6-month-old granddaughter blamed the teeth marks on the family dog.

A probable cause affidavit says that 57-year-old Penny L. Huston also suggested to officials that the infant might have bitten herself. . .

Court documents say Huston insisted she didn't have enough teeth to bite the child, but police say gaps in her teeth "could very possibly" line up with the bite marks.

Police could not explain the cleat marks on the infant's backside. . .

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