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Infant death Mother of dead infant arrested, had just given birth

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Posted: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 4:15 am

The mother of a dead baby found in a dumpster behind an office building on Monument Avenue Tuesday night had given birth to the child hours earlier in a bathroom inside the building, according to a law enforcement source.

Richmond police have classified the death of the baby girl as a homicide and arrested the child’s mother, Shavaughn Robinson, a massage therapist who worked in the same building and apparently had been hiding her pregnancy from family members and coworkers.

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