GREENE PROSECUTOR APPEALS EXHUMATION DELAY

Date: 1993-10-16
Source: newsbank.com

GREENE PROSECUTOR APPEALS EXHUMATION DELAY

October 16, 1993
Dayton Daily News
        
Greene County authorities have fired another volley in the legal battle revolving around the proposed exhumations of two children.

Prosecutor William F. Schenck and assistant prosecutor Suzanne Schmidt filed a motion asking the 12th District Court of Appeals to dissolve its earlier order granting a 10-day delay to the Carroll family, who are fighting the disinterment. Schenck and Schmidt say that lawyers for the Cedarville family "deliberately misstated facts" to the court about the case involving the deaths of Mollie, 3, and Josiah Carroll, 12.

They want experts to come in next week and examine the bodies to help determine whether the children were smothered. Both children were disabled and were among 10 adopted children of Kathleen and Timothy Carroll. The Carrolls saw five children die between September 1992 and June 1993 - four under suspicious circumstances.

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