The Baltimore Sun's

archived coverage of the Rodgers Forge couple accused on charges of first-degree murder and child abuse in the death of their 2-year-old son, Andrew.

Couple guilty in tot's death

Doctor says earlier hospital visit might have saved toddler

Mother accused of murder 'didn't see' son's injuries

The woman's comments were aired today in Baltimore County Circuit Court on the third day of a trial in which Griffin and her husband, John, are accused of first-degree murder and child abuse.

'I did not murder my son,' accused man says

Mother: 'I didn't kill this child'

A Baltimore County woman alluded to her fear of her family being removed if others saw her malnourished son.

Judge OKs warrant use in child starvation case

A Baltimore County judge hearing the case of the Rodgers Forge couple charged with murder in the starvation death of their 2-year-old son ruled yesterday that a police search warrant for the family's home was valid.

Evidence disputed in boy's starvation death

A Baltimore County judge is considering tossing out evidence seized by police in the search of the Rodgers Forge home of a couple charged with murder in the starvation death of their 2-year-old son.

Abuse case called 'torture'

A Baltimore County prosecutor handling the murder cases against a Rodgers Forge couple charged in the starvation death of their 2-year-old son said that the abuse inflicted by the parents was "tantamount to torture."

Parents indicted on murder charges

A Towson couple charged with child abuse late last year in the death of their 2-year-old son were indicted yesterday on first-degree murder charges.

Couple indicted in son's death

A Towson couple charged last month with child abuse in the death of their toddler son were indicted this week on felony charges.

Dead tot bruised, underfed, police say

When he died, 2-year-old Andrew Patrick Griffin weighed about 13 pounds, roughly the same as the typical 3-month-old. His body was covered with bruises and abrasions, and he appeared malnourished and dehydrated, according to investigators.

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