Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Prosecutors Could Indict Mendota Man On Charges Later
A Mendota man charged with second degree murder in the death of an infant was found to be incompetent and the charges dropped. Following an evaluation the Attorneys Office for the Washington County Commonwealth decided not to prosecute 21-year old Ira Joe Green for the time being. He is accused in the death of a six-month-old boy in November of 2011 and has been out of jail on bond. He was watching the child when it died of massive head trauma. A medical examiner said it was inconsistent with his claim of dropping the child. Prosecutors may decide to indict him on the same charges at a later date. (bg)

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