John Chapman, 40, will be formally charged with kidnapping that resulted in the death of Jamie Rae Feden, 33, who was dead, naked and bound at a signpost. Chapman was initially arrested a month after the body of the pound woman was found on October 5 just outside Las Vegas. Chapman will be formally charged next month, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Jamie suffered from VATER syndrome, which is a series of birth defects that affect several parts of the body and caused her short height. Chapman had been living in Pennsylvania, with a wife named Maureen he had married almost a year before he was arrested. Maureen claimed she had no idea Chapman was dating Jamie until he called from the police department and confessed to her.
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FIVE members of a family who prosecutors alleged chained up and caged up a naked boy with special needs inside of a dog kennel have been sentenced. Danielle Martin, 32, and her mom, Vickie Seale Higginbotham, 58, were each given the maximum sentence of 20 years in jail for aggravated child abuse, to which they pleaded guilty. In , the case was revealed after deputies received an anonymous tip about a child being bound by chains and padlocks inside a home in Autauga County. All three of the adults in the house initially denied being involved, but grandmother Higginbotham is said to have admitted to chaining up. The boy, according to his siblings, was forced to sleep in a small dog kennel. Prosecutors said the victim was severely malnourished, while the other two kids were also malnourished but not as badly.
Kim Elliott and year-old Alyssa will spend the summer flipping through flash cards and learning new words. As Alyssa prepares to enter the sixth grade, Elliott can't stop thinking about a May 19 incident at Linden West Elementary. The school held its Field Day events, which included several water activities. Elliott had volunteered at Linden Elementary during the event. They were accompanied by an instructor with 20 years of special education experience and three teaching aides. The staff members had placed a divider in the classroom to keep the boys and girls separated.