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Mistrial ruled in baby's microwave death

DAYTON, Ohio, Feb. 12 (UPI) -- A judge in Ohio Monday declared a mistrial in the case of a Dayton mother accused of killing her infant daughter in a microwave oven.

Jury selection starts in microwave death

DAYTON, Ohio, Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Jury selection began Monday in the Ohio case of a baby who died after being placed in a microwave oven.

Judge rules experiments out of murder case

DAYTON, Ohio, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- An Ohio judge says tests meant to replicate the harm a baby endured when her mother allegedly killed her by putting her in a microwave can not be used in court.

Mom said she was drunk when baby died

DAYTON, Ohio, July 20 (UPI) -- An Ohio jury can hear a woman's statement that she was too drunk to know how her baby died when she allegedly put the child in the microwave, a judge ruled.

Mom accused of microwave death of tot

DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 8 (UPI) -- A Dayton, Ohio, woman faces a possible death penalty for the apparent microwave death of her 28-day-old daughter last year.

Mom wouldn't microwave baby, witness says

DAYTON, Ohio, Nov. 29 (UPI) -- A family member is defending an Ohio woman accused of microwaving her infant daughter, saying the woman "wouldn't do something like this."
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China Arnold (born March 29, 1980, in Dayton, Ohio) is an American convicted murderer.

Arnold, who had been convicted of abduction in 2000, and forgery in 2002, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on September 8, 2008 for burning her 3-week old daughter, Paris, to death in a microwave oven on August 30, 2005.

At the time, Arnold lived with her children and her boyfriend, Terrell Talley, in a housing complex. Prosecutors said that she placed Paris into the microwave after an argument with Talley over the baby's paternity; she told investigators that she was intoxicated. Arnold took Paris to the hospital the next day, where she died of her injuries. Arnold was arrested initially, then released due to lack of evidence. She was re-arrested in November 2006.

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