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Teen charged in death of Albany newborn

January 12, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A 16-year-old from Albany has been charged in the death of a newborn baby, according to the Green County District Attorney’s Office.

Investigators say they were initially told that a baby girl was born on Jan. 5 at an Albany home, then carried from the home by Kruckenberg-Anderson, the newborn's father.

Kruckenberg-Anderson allegedly told the investigators he turned the infant over to a man named Tyler, an acquaintance of his, and the child had not been seen since.

A criminal complaint against Kruckenberg-Anderson included disturbing details.

On Sunday, Jan. 10, Kruckenberg-Anderson spoke to agents with the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal investigation.

Kruckenberg-Anderson went to the home of the baby's mother on Tuesday, Jan. 5, according to the criminal complaint.

Kruckenberg-Anderson allegedly told investigators that he and the baby's mother decided to get rid of the child by dropping it off somewhere.

Kruckenberg-Anderson told investigators that he put the baby in a backpack, walked into a wooded area and left the baby buried in the snow, expecting the child to succumb to the cold, the criminal complaint said.

Kruckenberg-Anderson gave investigators directions to the baby.

While the baby's body was where Kruckenberg-Anderson had described, the infant appeared to have been shot in the head.

A third juvenile gave a gun to law enforcement claiming that Kruckenberg-Anderson had given it to him on Jan. 8.

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