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Man and Woman in Jail After Video Taped Beating

A suspect's video tape lands another suspect in jail and now both are facing 3rd degree felonies.  

Investigators say in the video 23-year old Angelica Elizondo was caught abusing her child back in May.

They say 28-year old Matthew Taylor was the one behind the camera, but failed to report the abuse until December.

Officers say Taylor had a legal duty to act on behalf of the child, but intentionally and knowingly by omission failed to report it resulting in bodily injury to a child.
Both suspects are charged with Injury to a Child.

 

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