Grandmother charged with murder after toddler baked in oven

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Bolivar County Sheriff Kelvin Williams, left, speaks to reporters at a news conference Tuesday in Shaw, Miss., concerning a 20-month-old girl discovered dead in an oven.

A dead 20-month old baby girl from Shaw, Mississippi was found stabbed and burned inside an oven and now the child's grandmother has been charged with her murder.

Authorities say she was found inside the home by a relative on Monday night.

MS officials are investigating after a girl was found dead inside a heated oven Monday.

The child was found inside a beige frame house in the north end of Shaw.

Jones made an initial appearance Tuesday evening before a judge, who set bail at $500,000.

Royalty had been living with her grandmother at the time of her death and it's unclear where her parents were. Williams says autopsy results weren't yet complete Tuesday afternoon.

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A grandmother is being questioned after her dead granddaughter was found inside a heated oven in a MS town.

Investigators took the body and evidence from the scene to the Mississippi Crime Lab.

MS officials are investigating after a dead girl was found in an oven. He said the girl lived in the home.

Police were called to the home at around 7 p.m. Monday in Shaw. Terrie Robinson, now 33, pleaded guilty to putting her 3-year-old son Tristan in the oven and baking him to death in Washington County on March 2, 2011.

Strain says officials are still investigating the girl's cause of death, as well as when the girl may have died.

A toddler was stabbed then put in an oven and baked, according to the Bolivar County sheriff.

The sheriff said the murder charge was filed after consultations with Bolivar County District Attorney Brenda Mitchell.

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