The Illinois Dept of Children and Family Services denies a request to make more information available about the days leading up to a Joliet Township toddler’s death. Semaj Crosby was found dead inside her mother’s home just a few hours after a DCFS case worker performed a wellbeing check. Authorities later said the home was…

via Request denied for DCFS records in toddler’s death — WGN-TV

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