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Kayla Henderson and Butch Hutchinson have both been charged in the infant's death. (Source: Ottawa County Sheriff's Office) Kayla Henderson and Butch Hutchinson have both been charged in the infant's death. (Source: Ottawa County Sheriff's Office)
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OTTAWA COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Two people are facing charges after an infant died in the spring of 2012 during a visit in Ottawa County.

Kayla Henderson, 25, and her boyfriend Beau Hutchinson, 26, have both been charged in the death of Henderson's infant son, Kalib. They are charged with permitting child abuse and endangering children for the March 2012 incident.

The couple was visiting friends in Ottawa County when Kalib was injured by someone. He later died. 

Trial dates have been set for November. Both face up to 15 years in prison.

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