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Suspect in baby's death back in jail on possible fraud charges

Kylie Marie Brewer. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department( Kylie Marie Brewer. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department(
Brianna Raidy (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department) Brianna Raidy (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA -

Tucson News Now has learned that Kylie Brewer, one of the four people involved in death of 6-month-old Wyllow is back in the Pima County Jail tonight. 

She was arrested on Thursday by the U.S. Postal Inspector on fraud charges, according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

On Tuesday, March 21, the PCSD Fugitive Investigative Strike Team arrested the fourth suspect in the death of a 6-month-old.  

Brianna Raidy, is facing charges of child abuse and 2nd degree murder.

She made her first appearance in front of a judge on Tuesday night. However the judge decided she would make a second appearance on Wednesday morning, when her bond was be set.  

A warrant was issued for Raidy's arrest after she failed to show up for court on Thursday, March 16. 

Three other suspects were arrested in February, the baby's mother-Kylie Brewer, Jon-Paul Bogdanowich, and Kaylie Gossett. they all faces charges of child abuse and first degree murder, in connection to the Feb. 19 death of Baby Wyllow.

According to court documents the baby had obvious signs of abuse.

Bogdanowich, and Gossett are scheduled to back in court Monday, April 17, as Brewer was supposed to be as well. 

[READ MORE: UPDATE: Four facing charges in brutal death on Pima County baby]

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