VIDEO: Man Accused of Killing 5-YO with Autism Allegedly Researched ‘Painful Ways to Die’
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A month before his girlfriend’s 5-year-old son with autism was killed, investigators allege an Indiana man conducted internet searches on his phone for “kill my mentally retarded step-son,” “torture techniques,” and “painful ways to die,” PEOPLE confirms.
A probable cause affidavit obtained by PEOPLE alleges 31-year-old Steven Ingalls, Jr. was responsible for the 2016 asphyxiation and intentional overdose death of Brayson Price, the child of Meghan Price, his girlfriend of more than two years.
The article goes on to state the following:
Price, 29, and Ingalls lived in the same home with Brayson in Monrovia, and also have a young son together, states the affidavit.
Price and Ingalls are both charged with neglect and conspiracy to commit murder.
According to the report, both Ingalls and Price have pleaded not guilty. Ingalls will face trial this summer, but there is no date set for Price’s trial yet.
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