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2 indicted in connection with Longview child's death

Ciara Dison, left, and Shaglenda Reddix were both arrested and booked into a Gregg County Jail. (Source: Gregg County Judicial Records) Ciara Dison, left, and Shaglenda Reddix were both arrested and booked into a Gregg County Jail. (Source: Gregg County Judicial Records)
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

Two women have been indicted in connection with the death of a 1-year-old child in Longview.

Ciara Channel Dison, 28, of Longview, was indicted for murder and Shaglenda Denise Reddix, 31, also of Longview, was indicted for injury to a child. The women were indicted in the 188th District Court of Gregg County during the June 27-28 grand jury meeting.

The women were initially arrested on Jan. 6, 2018. That day, EMS responded to a call in the 100 block of East Hawkins Parkway where they found a nonresponsive 1-year-old girl. The child was later pronounced dead.

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Police said at the time of the arrests that Dison's actions resulted in the death of the child and Reddix failed to see medical treatment for the child.

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