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Harley Young

Staff reportsThe arraignment for Harley Quint Young, who faces charges of child abuse causing the death of a child under the age of 12, will continue July 15.Judge Robert Ogburn conitnued the case Thursday morning.Young, 21, is accused of killing his 4 1/2-month-old daughter, Alecsandria. If Young is convicted, he could face life in prison or the death penalty.Young’s wife, Micha Marie Schmid-Young, 22, will have an arraignment this morning.Schmid-Young faces two charges: Child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury, knowingly or recklessly; and child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury, negligently.Schmid-Young faces 6 to 24 years in prison, or up to 48 years if she is convicted.Schmid-Young faces 6 to 24 years in prison, or up to 48 years if she is convicted.

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