Baby Andi spurs new policy in child death investigations

The cold case involving little Andrea Lynn Arlington has lit a fire under local law enforcement six years after her death.

Though the truth may never be known about whether she died from bottle propping or unavoidable choking, the fact that little was done to investigate her death has spurred a policy change in the way child death investigations will be handled.


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