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Tarran Edwards Charged With Homicide By Child Abuse In Greenville

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Tarran Marteious Edwards was arrested after being accused of killing an infant in his care earlier this week in Greenville County. Tarran Marteious Edwards was arrested after being accused of killing an infant in his care earlier this week in Greenville County.
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Update November 25, 2013 11:23 a.m.

Tarran Marteious Edwards is now facing a charge of homicide by child abuse in the death of a two- month old child.

He was originally arrested on November 18th and charged with abuse Abuse to inflict great bodily injury upon a child.

The child died two days later at the hospital.

The charge against Edwards was upgraded Monday. He is currently being held in the Greenville County Detention Center without bond.

Update by Fred Cunningham

Tarran Marteious Edwards was arrested after being accused of injuring an infant in his care earlier this week in Greenville County.  The infant died on Wednesday.

Investigators say they were called to 206 Blantford Lane Monday for a report of 2-month-old who was unresponsive.

Authorities say the child, Syre Umar Parks, had evidence of physical abuse.

Edwards was arrested and charged with abuse to inflict great bodily injury upon a child. He is currently being held at the Greenville County Detention Center without bond.

The case is being investigated as a homicide.

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