Father and Girlfriend Arrested after 12-year-old found Dead in Emaciated State, Abused and Chained for Months in Pennsylvania

Father and Girlfriend Arrested after 12-year-old found Dead in Emaciated State, Abused and Chained for Months in Pennsylvania

They said the 12-year-old girl had been in pain for months before she died. We have now arrested two people.

In a news conference on May 7, Chester County District Attorney Christopher de Barrena-Sarobe said that Rendell Hoagland, 52, called 911 on May 4 to say that his 12-year-old daughter Malinda Hoagland was unconscious and not answering.

“Shockingly, they found a seriously hurt 12-year-old girl,” de Barrena-Sarobe said.

Malinda was taken to the hospital, where de Barrena-Sarobe said doctors found her with a lot of bruises. De Barrena-Sarobe said she weighed 50 pounds, had six broken bones, and her organs were failing. She died in hospital.

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De Barrena-Sarobe said that the investigation showed that Hoagland and his girlfriend Cindy Warren put Malinda through “evil and torment that no child should ever have to endure, and they did it for months.”

De Barrena-Sarobe said that Malinda had been taken out of middle school and put into an online home school program sometime in late November or early December. Even though Malinda had to go in front of the camera for school, he said no one could know what was going on with her.

De Barrena-Sarobe said that as the investigation went on, they found a cell phone that Hoagland and Warren had used that had dozens of videos of Malinda being abused over a period of months. In some films one could see Malinda’s ankles shackled to furniture and hear her being berated, according to de Barrena-Sarobe.

She was also forced to perform strenuous physical exercises while she was shackled as punishment, de Barrena-Sarobe said. In other cases, food was withheld from her for days as punishment, de Barrena-Sarobe said. She had a bedroom, but at times would be chained in the basement, he said.

There wasn’t much Malinda could do outside of school, according to De Barrena-Sarobe.

Another child, 9 years old, lived in the house as well, but de Barrena-Sarobe said that child was “very well treated” and not hurt. He also said that the house was in good shape.

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They were both caught on May 7 and given $1 million cash bail because they are both charged with attempted murder. De Barrena-Sarobe said officials are waiting to review medical reports, at which time they will decide if they will charge the two with murder.

In addition, the two are charged with aggravated attack of a child, kidnapping and other charges.

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