Mum of baby Paris Vince-Stephens charged with murder
THE mum of a three-month-old Henbury girl who died from head injuries has been charged with her murder.
On January 11, Paris Vince-Stephens was taken to Bristol Children's Hospital and could not be saved by doctors, passing away three days later.
Her dad William Stephens, 24, was charged with murder but denies the crime.
Today, police confirmed the baby's mum Danah Vince, 18, of Fane Close, Henbury, has also been charged with murder and causing or allowing the death of a child.
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She is due to appear before Bristol magistrates for the first time tomorrow.
Stephens, of Fonthill Road, Southmead, is currently in custody awaiting his next crown court date.
On the night Paris was injured, an ambulance was called to Fane Close and paramedics informed Avon and Somerset police, who started an investigation straight away into how the injuries may have been caused.