Teenager accused of murdering six-week-old baby in Saskatoon has criminal history

A 16-year-old girl is facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of a six-week-old boy after he died in Saskatoon Sunday morning.

Saskatoon police responded to a home in the 200 block of Waterloo Crescent at around 7 a.m. CT Sunday, where they found the injured infant boy. He later died at Royal University Hospital.

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    A police service spokesperson confirmed the boy’s age Monday; however authorities have not said how he died.

    The 16-year-old girl, who cannot be named, made a brief first court appearance Monday morning. She lowered her head almost immediately after walking into the court room and didn’t look up to face the judge or gallery.

    Roughly two dozen people left the room after her appearance concluded.

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    The girl is also charged with breaching two conditions of a previous youth sentence. Those stem from a December 2015 guilty plea in a case out of North Battleford.

    The girl had pleaded guilty to a number of charges that spanned from January to August  2015, according to court documents. The incidents included setting fire to a home and theft with a weapon in North Battleford.

    The girl was also charged with an assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon in August of 2015 in Meadow Lake.

    She is expected to be back in Saskatoon provincial court Tuesday morning.

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