(Warren County Jail)
Ohio Cheerleader Described As A “Good Girl” after Being Charged With Reckless Homicide For Dead Baby
Boy we tell ya… The media has been describing 18-year-old Brooke Skylar Richardson as “a good girl” after she was charged Friday with reckless homicide after the remains of an infant were discovered buried in her backyard.
A recent high school grad and former cheerleader, Richardson’s attorney Charles Rittgers told reporters Friday that she is a “good student.”
According to Fox News reports:
“She didn’t drink. She wasn’t a partier or smoker,” Rittgers said. “By all measures, a very good girl who helped children… She’s by all means a very good person.”
Hmmm… Does a good person kill a newborn? Just wondering because we’re pretty sure if this girl wasn’t white nobody would be standing for this “good girl” description.
According to reports, the baby’s remains were discovered because of a tip from a doctor’s office. Those remains were found earlier this month and appeared to have been buried for more than two months before their discovery, according to Lieutenant John Faine of the Warren’s County Sheriff’s Office.
“Law enforcement is continuing to treat this as an ongoing investigation,” Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said.
While the prosecutor’s office is still reportedly awaiting word from the coroner on the baby’s official cause of death, Richardson was charged with reckless homicide Friday after evidence showed the child “was not a stillborn baby,” according to Fornshell.
Richardson pleaded not guilty to the charges on Friday and has been bonded out of the Warren County Jail. Her preliminary hearing date is scheduled for August 1.