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Cops bring Christmas to sons of mom charged with murder

Camilia Terry's son Camilia Terry's son

Cops bring Christmas to sons of mom charged with murder.

Two young boys are without their mother this year because she's charged with killing their brother.

One of Camelia Terry's sons is now with his grandmother and local cops are trying to make his Christmas along with his younger brother's holiday brighter.

Five-year old Karl won't be with his mother this Christmas and possibly longer.

Camelia Terry sits in jail charged with killing her 3-year old son Emilliano. She also has an infant son. Cleveland Fourth District officers brought Karl gifts to try to cheer him up Friday.

The gesture brought tears to his grandmother's eyes. 

"All I can say to the police department is thank you so much. Thank you so much," says Mildred Cobbs as she wipes away tears.

Cleveland Police Officers will also bring gifts to Karl's younger sibling. They say they will continue to be in both child's lives.

"We have tears and we have hearts also and the community within the police department," says Sergeant Cynthia Sain.

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