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Delco Couple Arrested For Filth; NJ Police Arrest Boyfriend Strangle Mother; Wyatt Girls Found Safe
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/24/13 10:05 pm | updated: 10/24/13 10:41 pm
A Delaware County couple has been arrested and are behind bars for horrible conditions found in the home where they were raising two girls. This is the third time authorities had to remove children from their household. County case workers called police to the home on Bethel Road in Upper Chichester when they were blocked from visiting the children. Police found a house filled with trash, animal feces, and filth. Two girls, ages 5 and 7, were taken into protective custody. 46-year-old Carole and 47-year-old Vincent McDonald were taken to jail for endangering the welfare of children. In 2000, four children were taken from the household. In 2003, six more children were taken away from the couple. They were all placed in foster care. The oldest is now 26. The older siblings will now go to county to seek custody of their younger sisters.

New Jersey Police have arrested the ex-boyfriend of a young mother found strangled to death with her infant in the same room. 23-year-old Mary Greff, a former Miss New Jersey Teen contestant, was found dead Wednesday afternoon by her father in the Waldwick, NJ, home she shared with her parents. The baby was next to her in a bassinet unharmed. Mark Spatucci, the 22-year-old father of her child, was arrested Thursday on charges of murder, felony murder, burglary, endangering the welfare of a child and hindering apprehension. It is believed Spatucci entered the house through a second floor window and then went to Greff's bedroom Tuesday night. They began arguing which apparently turned violent. Greff's parent's were asleep and did not hear anything. He was ordered held on $2-million bond.

Two Girls who went missing yesterday have been found safe and sound. 9-year-old Asia Wyatt and 12-year-old Deshanae Wyatt were reported missing by their foster mother. She had last seen them at 8:10 am at 4th and Porter Streets outside the Taggert School in South South Philly. The girls were found Thursday morning at 10th and Market in Philadelphia. It is not immediately clear how they ended up miles from where they went missing.

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 10/24 10:41 pm
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