Oklahoma Parents Charged With Manslaughter After Daughter Dies With 17-Pound Tumor

The parents were charged with manslaughter after a toddler died with 17-pound tumor
Comanche County Sheriff’s Office (2)

Two Oklahoma parents have been charged with manslaughter after their 3-year-old daughter died of complications from a 17-pound tumor. 

The toddler reportedly had cancer and had not received proper medical care, the Lawton Constitution reported. 

Officers from the Comanche County Sheriff’s Office found the toddler unconscious at a motor home on Jan. 3. The girl was transported to the hospital, but she died. 

It was not clear what type of cancer she had or where the tumor was located.

Henry Clarence, 49, and Bonnie Beth Mills-Lilly, 42, have both been charged with first-degree manslaughter.

Six other children were reportedly also living in the motor home, the paper reported. It's not clear whose custody the children are in now.


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