Here is a bust done in 2009 by forensic sculptor Frank Bender of what 'Baby Bones' may have looked like.
FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) - Police in New Jersey have identified a child whose skeletal remains were found in 2005 as a New York City girl who was the victim of years of abuse. They also have charged three people, including her aunt and uncle, in the cover-up of the death.
Monmouth County prosecutors have charged 39-year-old Likisha Jones, 48-year-old Godfrey Gibson and 35-year-old James Jones with hindering apprehension and other counts in the disposal of a body.
The investigation came to be known as the "Baby Bones" case after burned, skeletal remains were found in Upper Freehold Township in 2005.
Officials used DNA to identify the remains as 9-year-old Jon-Niece Jones.
Likisha Jones was the child's aunt, James Jones was the child's uncle and Gibson was the aunt's boyfriend. They are in jail pending a Wednesday afternoon court hearing.
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