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    Angela Blackwell, of Chester, SC, is charged with homicide by child abuse after allegedly placing her four-day-old son in the refrigerator for three hours in February. In this Aug. 23, 2016 file video, a magistrate could not set bond due to the level of the charge, and Blackwell will go before a circuit court judge in November.

Angela Blackwell, of Chester, SC, is charged with homicide by child abuse after allegedly placing her four-day-old son in the refrigerator for three hours in February. In this Aug. 23, 2016 file video, a magistrate could not set bond due to the level of the charge, and Blackwell will go before a circuit court judge in November. Teddy Kulmala/tkulmala@heraldonline.com
Angela Blackwell, of Chester, SC, is charged with homicide by child abuse after allegedly placing her four-day-old son in the refrigerator for three hours in February. In this Aug. 23, 2016 file video, a magistrate could not set bond due to the level of the charge, and Blackwell will go before a circuit court judge in November. Teddy Kulmala/tkulmala@heraldonline.com

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