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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:50 pm

The process of embalming a baby can be different from an adult, and
that difference could interfere with the ability to collect certain
types of DNA. The problem has presented itself to investigators
who are trying to determine the identity of a baby who was found four
months ago in a Dumpster in the 2300 block of North Illinois Street by
two people looking for scrap metal. Brian Miller is program
chair of the mortuary science program at Ivy Tech Community College. He
said that, sometimes, babies' veins are too small to handle embalming
fluid. "So in that case, we use an external embalming process
and it's using surface packs. And what you do is you saturate cotton or
some kind of absorbent material, or you use an embalming gel and you
actually will place that on the exterior surface of the skin. And the
gels or the chemicals that we use are potent enough that they can
actually penetrate into the tissues and embalm the tissues," said
Miller. If the body found in the Dumpster had been embalmed, identification could be difficult.

The
CEO of Strand Analytical Laboratories in Indianapolis said his
scientists say embalming fluid could degrade samples of nuclear DNA. Investigators have not released much information about the case.

A grand jury in Marion County is looking at it.


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Post by Watcher_of_all on Fri May 14, 2010 2:08 pm

INDIANAPOLIS - Police are investigating after an infant's body was found in a dumpster. The baby did have a diaper on and an autopsy is being performed on Tuesday. It is not known whether or not those results will be released.

Martin Murillo tells Fox 59 News he searched the trash dumpster at 24th and Illinois last Thursday and didn't see a baby inside.

"I searched the top soft part of the trash and took some hoses to use on cars. There was no baby in the dumpster, I'm sure," said Murillo.

Murillo works one building south at Tutweiller's collision body shop. He says police haven't interviewed him. A couple looking for scrap metal found the deceased infant at noon on Monday and called 9-1-1. The dumpster was fllled with trash from a warehouse party that took place around September 19th.

"We don't know if the baby was stillborn, or died of natural causes, or if there was foul play," said Sgt. Matt Mount with Metro police. "We don't think this was a homicide but we are taking the necessary precautions to protect the integrity of the evidence in case."

Investigators removed the infant's body behind a white sheet around 3:00pm Monday. A tow truck then removed the dumpster so investigators can search for additional evidence.

"Who would do that to a little baby," said Tina Allen as she put her own newborn baby girl Mykell into her car seat. "There are a lot of people who would take in a child. Whoever did this needs to go to jail."

The infant was found towards the top of the dumpster covered by just a few pieces of trash. The coroner will complete an autopsy which will give police more information to further the investigation.
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:02 pm

Former Indy funeral director indicted
Updated: Thursday, 03 Jun 2010, 6:03 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 03 Jun 2010, 8:22 AM EDT

By: Hyacinth Rucker
STAFF REPORTS
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A former Indianapolis funeral director is in jail, charged with racketeering, forgery and theft.

Marvin Boatright, 52, faces 14 felony counts after a grand jury indictment. One count of corrupt business influence because of 10 felony forgery charges and three counts of theft for failing to deposit customers’ money into trust accounts for pre-need funeral contracts.

A grand jury started meeting following the October 2009 discovery of an embalmed baby in a dumpster near 23rd and Meridian Streets in Indianapolis. A couple searching for scrap medal found the baby's body in the dumpster....

http://www.wishtv.com/dpp/news/local/marion_county/former-funeral-director-accused-of-providing-services-without-a-license
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:17 pm

The Indystar link did not work for me, but this is some of what I was able to find as someone was able to provide a name for this precious child.

"tatertot - February 8, 2011 03:44 PM (GMT)
(This is horrible. I'm glad his mother was finally able to bury her son. Rest in Peace, Nicholas.)

http://www.indystar.com/article/20110208/L...24;IndyStar.com

Baby discovered in trash bin in 2009 has been identified
Feb 8, 2011 |
Written by Vic Ryckaert

Part of the mystery surrounding the 2009 discovery of an infant's embalmed body in a trash bin has been solved"...

..."The baby has been identified as Nicholas Moody, who died on June 11, 2008, a day after he was born at Riley Hospital for Children"...

..."Nicholas was born extremely prematurely, Ballew said, and his lungs were not developed enough to keep him alive. He died of natural causes."...

http://z10.invisionfree.com/usedtobedoe/ar/t63670.htm
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:22 pm

Ex-Funeral Director Avoids Jail
Man Gets 2-Year Community Corrections Sentence

POSTED: 12:00 pm EDT July 22, 2011
UPDATED: 6:34 pm EDT July 22, 2011


"INDIANAPOLIS -- A former funeral director who was convicted last month of forgery will not go to jail"....

..."The charges were filed after an infant's body was found in a Dumpster in October 2009. The baby was embalmed, and materials connected to Boatright's funeral home were found at the scene."...

http://www.theindychannel.com/news/28633887/detail.html


Please read link for more information as there were multiple charges.
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