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Blue Springs police say they found a woman with open sores trapped for days in a bathtub with several inches of urine and feces.
Later, they found twin 5-year-old girls — malnourished and showing s of abuse. The girls described being locked in a closet for extended periods, and one had splinters in one hand, apparently from trying to claw her way out.
Jackson County prosecutors have charged Bryan T. Each count carries a potential sentence of up to seven years in prison. A Blue Springs Police Department probable cause statement forwarded to prosecutors outlines what happened:. One of those sores was described as being the size of a basketball.
Later, a doctor said those could have become life-threatening because of the exposure to human waste. CJC called police. Snow told police that the woman, the mother of their two children, has multiple sclerosis and had been placed in the bathtub two or three days earlier. He said a friend was supposed to be checking on her.
He said he worked two days in Kansas City and then came back to the apartment on the third day to check on her. Snow did not mention the girls, but within two hours police had an indication of them. Around 10 p. That girl also had patterned burn marks on the insides of her thighs.
The Children's Division had several contacts with the family last year, and Snow, by agreement, was supposed to have had no contact with them. The girls told police, CJC personnel and hospital personnel that they were hungry and thirsty. Snow later admitted to police that he lied about that. They said both parents would choke them. They are described as not potty trained, and they said they would be punished when they had an accident. Home Local Crime Education State. Facebook Twitter. Police: Man left girlfriend in filthy tub, neglected their two children. By The Examiner staff The Examiner.Girls hot Blue Springs
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