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Remains Found in ’05 Are of Harlem Girl, Authorities Say
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'The skeletal remains were discovered in 2005 in a wooded area in central New Jersey. They belonged to a girl of grade-school age, a girl who had probably died three years or so before she was found. But there was little else for investigators to go on; her case, unlike some that were called Baby Hope or Baby Faith, was simply referred to as Baby Bones.
Seven years later, investigators finally put a real name to the girl.
Her name was Jon-Niece Jones, prosecutors in Monmouth County said Wednesday, as they charged the girl’s own family in New York City with dumping her body in the wooded area off the New Jersey Turnpike in Upper Freehold before trying to cover their tracks with fire. Officials said Jon-Niece’s sister told them this summer that she had been killed in 2002 by their mother, who died the same year.'
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