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Couple accused of disposing of dead baby in field will next appear in court in November
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Couple accused of disposing of dead baby in field will next appear in court in November

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A couple facing criminal charges for hiding the body of their dead 2-month-old daughter in a field will appear before a judge for arraignment Nov. 1.

Monica Adams, 21, and Hezile Frison, Jr., 36, were charged last month with failure to report a death and hiding the body of a child.

The couple are alleged to have hidden the death of their 2-month-old daughter Jalisa Adams-Frison from their family, saying the baby was staying with other relatives.

A suspicious family member eventually contacted police, who learned that the baby had died.

The state alleges that Frison placed the baby’s body in a bag and hid her in an overgrown empty lot.

Police were unable to find the baby’s body, finding only a shredded bag.

Adams and Frison appeared in court this week. Attorneys for each asked for a substitution of the originally assigned Judge Bruce Schroeder. Their case will now be heard by Judge Jason Rossell.

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