A mother accused of abusing and starving her 13-year-old daughter to death is back in jail after she violated a no-contact order with one of her other children, the Skagit County Prosecutor's Office said.
Thirteen-year-old Hana Williams died of hypothermia after she was starved and abused, according to the prosecutor. But during a 911 call, her adoptive mother claimed it was the girl's own self-destructive attitude that led to her death.
The adoptive parents of a girl who died of hypothermia in May systematically withheld food from the girl, forced her to use an outdoor portable toilet and sometimes locked her in a dark closet for days, according to court documents released Friday.
The Skagit County coroner has ruled than an adopted 13-year-old girl died of hypothermia in her own backyard. It happened in May, but police and Child Protective Services are still investigating, and now, so are the KOMO Problem Solvers.
Arthur Glenn Blackwood, 78, of Bremerton, passed away peacefully at his home on March 3, 2011.
Arthur was born to William H. and Vergie (Bright) Blackwood on April 15, 1932 in Rutherford County, NC.
Arthur is survived by his wife, Chika Blackwood;...