Toddler in Custody Dispute turned Murder Case in Custody of
EDINBURG – A toddler who was caught in the middle of a dispute turned murder case is in custody of a relative.
The 2-year-old’s great-grandmother is charged with the death of Gilbert Gaytan, the father of the child.
This week Child Protective Services put the child in the temporary custody of a relative.
She will remain in the state’s legal care for at least a year.
The mother of the child, who was in the car when Guerrero allegedly struck Gaytan, was ordered to stay away from the toddler.
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