Albany Manslaughter Trial Continues

ALBANY, Ore. — Friends and family of the Albany parents on trial for the death of their 12-year-old daughter say they thought the girl had the flu. Wenona and Travis Rossiter are accused of turning to prayer instead of medicine when their daughter Syble started getting sick last year. She died last February from diabetic … Continue reading »

Albany Parents Face Manslaughter Charges

ALBANY, Ore. —  The trial continues for an Albany couple accused of manslaughter for the death of their diabetic 12-year-old daughter, and investigators say the parents chose prayer over medicine to treat her. The Linn County District Attorney’s Office says last February, 12-year-old Syble Rossiter developed diabetic ketoacidosis from untreated diabetes, which caused her death. Instead of … Continue reading »

Religious Evidence Allowed in Case

ALBANY, Ore. — Two Albany parents facing manslaughter charges for the death of their daughter will not be able to keep their religious beliefs from the courtroom, after a judge denied their request to exclude such evidence. Wenona and Travis Rossiter are both facing manslaughter charges in the first and second degrees for the death … Continue reading »