BLACKSTONE — Crews today finished emptying a squalid home where authorities found the remains of three infants last week.
Erika Murray’s attorney said she did not perceive herself as neglectful of her two younger children.
It’s not clear how the infants died, and the severity of the conditions described at the home have left many grasping for answers.
From the outside, the home on St. Paul Street is the very definition of nondescript: two stories, small, gray, aluminum siding, a grill and some chairs on the front porch. a satellite dish around the back.
One of the charges that Erika Murray faces was introduced more than 300 years ago and is the subject of a proposed update on Beacon Hill.
Erika Murray allegedly hid the existence of two ailing younger children — and the deaths of three infants in her home.
Follow the case of Erika L. Murray, who is being held without bail on charges that she concealed the deaths of her children.
Authorities say they had no previous contact with the family. If someone did know, they didn’t report it.
BLACKSTONE — A Blackstone woman living in a squalid home where the remains of three infants were found is now charged with concealing the deaths of those children and is also believed to be the mother of four other children now in state custody, Blackstone police said today.