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A baseball, a baby and life. The Chad Evans Case

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It all began with a 911 call 13 years ago into the Kittery Police Department.  The caller stated a 18 month old female was barely breatihng.  When officers arrived they noticed the toddler had multiple black and blue bruises all over her body.  When asked, the caller stated the baby had been hit with a baseball.  The caller was the baby sitter but based on his call admitted to possibly contributing to the bruises and possibly shaking the toddler.  With that said, Chad Evans, who was dating the toddler's mother was later questioned, charged and convicted of the toddlers murder.  Even though, the toddler died in the presence of  and under the care of another adult., Chad recieved a life sentence.  Did Chad beat the toddler with a baseball, with no hisotry of previous child abuse.  Or was Chad the victim of a faulty police investigation by the Kittery Police and the Maine State Police.  Join us this Wednesday for "A baseball, a baby and life".
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Chad Evans
Amanda Bortner
Jeff Marshall
Kittery Police Department
Wrongful Conviction of Chad Evans
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