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"David Madden Buddhist. She was healthy. She was just learning to walk. She could say mom, dad. And she's day. Happening in upper Darby, the parents of a ten month old girl face murder charges officials say their investigation into the death was child is tied to be spent on all toxic additive. Caroline. With us Marc Abrahams. Mark what else is being said about this? Well, that was ever w police superintendent Michael Chitwood who announced the thirty one year old Joseph Milano thirty four year old Lawrence seven Aker charged with murder involuntary manslaughter conspiracy and related crimes in the death of their little baby girl Angelina this happened back in April. Steve when the infant was rushed from her home in Clifton heights in Delaware County to Delaware County hospital in an ambulance and later died. What got the intense investigation into this. Baby's death. Going was a medical examiner's toxicology report that showed the presence of all in the baby system, and there were some major inconsistencies in. What does the parents said it happened to the baby? Steve, right. The parents had a completely different story. They sure did they said that on the night that they had called nine one one for help that the little girl had drowned in the bathtub the autopsy found no evidence of water in her lungs. Police superintendent says both parents were known drug users in the father later. Admitted that he had found the baby in the bathroom with a plastic baggie. Police believe that may have contained the drugs that she ingested Chitwood says detectives spent months working on this together the evidence and trying to get the parents on the same page about what happened. He says that really slowed that down to what's happening with the two now both of them are behind bars and a second child that they have together is in foster care and one thing to add Steve the Delaware County district. Attorney cat Copeland was at the news briefing talk about this. And she says what really gets her is the parents knew that there was something seriously wrong, and they had time they had time to get help. And that this could have been avoided altogether. Had they."