Brian and Shannon Gore have been served indictments alleging one count each of felony child neglect and felony homicide in connection with the remains of a young boy found buried under a shed in their yard in 2011, Gloucester Commonwealth’s Attorney Holly Smith said in a statement released Wednesday. Smith did not say when the indictments were served.
The Gores are currently serving 30-year sentences for felony abuse and malicious aggravated wounding related to the maltreatment of their daughter. The girl was discovered emaciated in a makeshift cage in April 2011 when officers went to the Gores’ mobile home on an unrelated matter.
Investigators said the six-year-old had the body weight of a six-month-old when she was found unclothed and in squalor. A male infant in good condition was also found in the home.
After questioning the Gores, investigators returned to the property the next day and uncovered the remains of a young boy buried under a backyard shed. The Gore...
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