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Summer trial set for couple accused of starving their kids

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - The parents accused of starving their children, boarding them up inside their home, and forcing them to urinate in a cup will head to trial next summer.

Sterling and Leialoha Crisostomo appeared before Judge James Canto this morning. Prior to today's hearing, the couple pleaded not guilty to child abuse and failure to provide charges.

As we've been reporting, when interviewed by police, Leialoha admitted that she and sterling were drug users and according to court documents, he boarded up the house and kept everyone from going outside. Leialoha also confirmed the children were forced to urinate in a cup.

Jury selection and trial is slated for June 3, 2015.
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