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CTY  arraign06p oliver arraignment Attorney James McHarg, left, stands with Samuel Oliver, 21, who was charged with aggravated murder, during Oliver's arraignment.
Attorney James McHarg, left, stands with Samuel Oliver, 21, who was charged with aggravated murder, during Oliver's arraignment.
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Published: Thursday, 6/5/2014 - Updated: 5 months ago

Toledo man held on $1M bond in beating death of son

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A Toledo man accused of beating his 2-year-old son to death was ordered today to remain in the Lucas County jail in lieu of $1 million bond.

Samuel Oliver, 21, of 3425 Nebraska Ave., is charged with aggravated murder for the death of Delayno Oliver. He was arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court.

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A sister of the suspect, who did not wish to be identified, reacts during the arraignment. A sister of the suspect, who did not wish to be identified, reacts during the arraignment.
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Police allege that the suspect assaulted his son on his head, face, and body on Monday, according to court documents. The boy was taken to Toledo Hospital the same day after a 911 caller reported the child as unresponsive. The boy was pronounced dead at the hospital. The Lucas County Coroner's Office ruled the death a homicide.

Charges were filed Wednesday and the suspect was booked into the jail at about 9:10 p.m. Wednesday.

Family of the suspect was in court on today and declined to comment.

One woman, described as a sister of the suspect, was inconsolable and was barely able to walk out of the courtroom without assistance.



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