Md. Cops Make Grisly Find
Home of woman charged with killing newborn yields remains of 3 more babies
By Heather McPherson,  Newser User
Posted Jul 30, 2007 5:38 PM CDT
This undated photo released by the Ocean City, Md., Police department, July 30, 2007, shows Christy Freeman in a photo taken in the lobby of the Ocean City, Md., police department by the police for her...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – Police have found the remains of three infants while searching the property of a Maryland woman charged last week with murdering her newborn baby. Two bodies were found in the Ocean City woman's bedroom and the third in a motor home in her driveway. Authorities said the bodies were not full-term and could be years old, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Investigators are still excavating the property while a Baltimore medical examiner tries to establish the ages of the infants, cause of death, and whether they were related to Christy Freeman, 37. She lives with her boyfriend and four children, all of who were reported safe. A judge denied bail in the original case today; she has not been charged in the other deaths.