Anthony Morcilla found not guilty for his daughter's death
Guam - After less than a day in deliberations, Anthony Morcilla was found not guilty for the death of his daughter Amanda.
It was in April 2013 the senior probation officer allegedly forgot to take his two-year-old to daycare that morning and left her in his truck parked at the employee parking of superior court while he was at work. When he discovered her seven hours later, the toddler had already died from suffocation and burns to almost fifty percent of her body.
As a result, Morcilla was charged with negligent homicide, leaving a child in a motor vehicle, and child abuse.