Bristol mother Danah Vince in court on daughter murder charge

An 18-year-old mother charged with the murder of her three-month-old baby has appeared in court.

Danah Vince, from Bristol, is also accused of causing or allowing the death of Paris Vince-Stephens.

Paris was taken to the Bristol Royal Infirmary with a serious head injury but did not recover and died three days later on 14 January.

Ms Vince was remanded in custody and is due to appear again at Bristol Crown Court on 18 March.

She is the second person to be charged over the death of Paris.

William Stephens, 24, also from Bristol, was charged with murder on 16 January and is in custody awaiting his next court appearance on 29 April.

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