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 »

Albany Manslaughter Suspects in Court

ALBANY, Ore. — An Albany couple facing manslaughter charges was back in court Monday for a pretrial hearing. The medical examiner’s office says Travis and Wenona Rossiter’s 12-year-old daughter Syble died in February from diabetic complications. Investigators say the couple did not provide medical care to their daughter. On Monday, attorneys asked for more time … Continue reading »

Couple Says Not Guilty for Manslaughter

ALBANY, Ore. — An Albany couple charged for first and second degree manslaughter is pleading not guilty. Albany police say Wenona and Travis Rossiter did not provide medical care to their 12-year-old daughter Syble, who died in February. The Medical Examiner’s Office says the girl died from diabetic complications. The Rossiters were arraigned at the … Continue reading »

Albany Parents Arrested for Manslaughter

ALBANY, Ore. — An Albany couple is being charged for manslaughter, after Albany police say they did not provide medical attention to their 12-year-old daughter who died earlier this year. Travis Rossiter, 39, and Wenona Rossiter, 37, of Albany turned themselves in on Thursday morning after police told them they would be arrested in the … Continue reading »

Albany Parents Arrested for Manslaughter

ALBANY, Ore. — An Albany mother and father were arrested Thursday morning in connection with the death of their 12-year-old daughter back in February. Albany Police Detectives arrested 39-year-old Travis Rossiter and 37-year-old Wenona Rossiter for first-degree and second-degree manslaughter. They are lodged in the Linn County Jail. Investigators say officers responded to the Rossiter … Continue reading »