4th suspect in baby death in court - Tucson News Now

4th suspect in baby death in court

Brianna Raidy in court for arraignment. (Source: Tucson News Now) Brianna Raidy in court for arraignment. (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Brianna Raidy was in Pima County Superior Court for her arraignment on Tuesday, March 28. She is the fourth suspect in the death of 6-month-old Wyllow. She pleaded not guilty.

Raidy faces charges of second-degree murder and child abuse. Her next court date is set for April. For now she remains behind bars at the Pima County jail on a million dollar bond.

Tucson News Now also received the interim complaint for this case on Tuesday. Four people have been charged in Wyllow's death. The baby's mother Kylie Brewer, her live-in boyfriend Jon-Paul Bogdanowich, the babysitter Kaylie Gossett, and Raidy.

The baby was found unresponsive last month, she was taken to the hospital and was later pronounced dead.

Just a few things we found in the report: when Baby Wyllow arrived at the hospital there was bruising on her gums and lips. The report also stated that her right arm was grossly displaced with a severe infection.

Brewer, admitted to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department that she used heroin and methamphetamine, while Bogdanowich only admitted to using methamphetamine.

Read the full complaint here (WARNING: the report contains graphic content that many will find hard to read)

Interim Complaint by Tucson News Now on Scribd

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