Medical Examiner rules on cause of death for Emilliano Terry - Tucson News Now

Medical Examiner rules on cause of death for Emilliano Terry

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The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner has ruled on the cause of death for 3-year-old Emilliano Terry.

The little boy died of blunt force trauma to the head and torso. Officials have not yet determined where the child's death took place.

Emilliano's mother, Camilia, is charged in his death. She remains jailed on $2 million dollars bond.

The little boy's body was found last week at the Waste Management Facility in Oakwood Village. The boy's body was intact, but wrapped in a series of three garbage bags in a move, investigators say, to conceal the body.

His mother has stopped cooperating with police, and has a lawyer.

Terry's two other children - a five-year-old and an infant - are with Children Services.

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