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Judge unseals affidavits in murder case of Auburn woman accused of killing toddler

By Nok-Noi Ricker, BDN Staff
Updated:
Kevin Bennett | BDN
Kevin Bennett | BDN
Leanna Norris is shown into court on Friday, July 5, at the Penobscot Judicial Center for her arraignment on murder charges in connection with the death of her daughter Loh Grenda.

BANGOR, Maine — Superior Court Justice Ann Murray has unsealed two search warrant affidavits in the death of a 2½-year-old girl from Auburn who police say was killed by her mother.

Murray made her decision Friday morning during a hearing on the motion to seal the documents brought forth by the attorney for Leanna Norris, 24, of Auburn and formerly of Stetson.

Norris was charged July 3 in the death of her daughter, Loh Melody Grenda, who died in Newport in June 23.

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