Judge to decide if murder suspect mom can see kids
26-year-old Semeria Greene is charged with felony murder, first-degree child abuse
A hearing will be held Wednesday to determine whether a Detroit mom who is accused of stabbing her 8-old-daughter to death will be allowed to see her four surviving children.
26-year-old Semeria Greene is charged with felony murder and first-degree child abuse in the stabbing death of her daugher Tameria Greene.
The girl was found dead Dec. 30, 2012, at the Martin Luther King Apartments in the 2200 block of E. Larned Street in Detroit. She had been stabbed in the chest.
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The remaining four sons were taken into protective custody. In a previous juvenile court hearing, the Department of Human Services recommended the boys be removed from the family's custody and be put up for adoption right away. DHS says they want the boys to be placed in to fosters homes immediately and not have contact with any family members.
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