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Newborn Baby Found Dead- Charlie Hedges Arrested And Charged In Her Child’s Death

In a tragic turn of events, 29-year-old Charlie Hedges now faces charges in connection with the untimely death of a newborn infant.

The baby, who was a mere two weeks old, tragically passed away, leading authorities to take action against Hedges.

In a swift response, police and emergency services swiftly descended upon a road in Chatham, Kent, shortly after 6 am yesterday morning.

Their presence was met with a heart-wrenching revelation. In a race against time, paramedics valiantly battled to rescue the young girl, however, their efforts proved futile as she was officially declared deceased at precisely 6:47 a.m.

According to reports, a woman was discovered unresponsive at a residence on Albert Road in Chatham. It is believed that she may have passed away several hours prior to being found.

In a tragic turn of events, authorities have confirmed that a woman, who is believed to be the mother of the deceased infant, has been taken into custody.

The arrest took place shortly after the baby was pronounced dead, adding a distressing layer to this already heartbreaking incident.

In a recent development, 29-year-old Charlie Hedges has been charged with causing or enabling the death of a child. The charges were brought against Hedges on July 11, and today, the accused made an appearance at Medway Magistrates Court.

In a courtroom exchange, Prosecutor James Nichols urged District Judge William Nelson to transfer the case to crown court for trial. In a recent court appearance, Mr. Hedges, residing on Albert Road in Chatham, refrained from entering a plea in relation to the charge brought against him.

In a statement, Nichols expressed his sentiments, describing the case as deeply tragic. In a recent development, Judge Nelson has granted Hedges bail. However, it appears that Nichols wasted no time in appealing this decision.

A 29-year-old individual has been apprehended and is currently in custody, awaiting a bond hearing at Maidstone Crown Court. The case has been forwarded to the crown court, and a bond hearing is scheduled to take place within the next 48 hours.