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Deputy in Florida's Caylee Anthony case reassigned

Deputy in Florida's Caylee Anthony case reassigned

A Florida sheriff's deputy who first responded to calls about searching woods where the remains of a missing Florida girl were discovered has been reassigned.
Orange County Deputy Richard Cain was removed from patrol duty Thursday while he is investigated for his response to repeated calls in August from a utility worker.
Roy Kronk told authorities they should search woods near missing toddler Caylee Anthony's home. The girl's mother, Casey Anthony, is charged in the girl's death after failing to report her daughter missing for a month.
The same worker later came across a child's skull in the same spot four months later. Kronk now says the deputy didn't take the report seriously back in August. The woods were flooded in August but dry in December.


Updated : 2020-12-06 10:28 GMT+08:00