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Topic - Spencer Harris
A 12-year-old boy charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 2-year-old foster sibling was not the focus of detectives' investigation until he admitted to police to "play fighting" and striking the girl up to six times, a Prince George's County homicide detective said.
"He was one of more than three possible suspects," Detective Harris said.
Police were interviewing family members about 2-year-old Aniyah Batchelor -- who died from blunt-force trauma July 3 at a Fort Washington hospital -- when the young boy made the admission, Detective Spencer Harris said Tuesday in court during a motions hearing in the case.