In Duluth, Michael Tahtinen faces charges of second degree murder and first degree manslaughter for the death of infant, Connor Robison.
In Duluth, Michael Tahtinen faces charges of second degree murder and first degree manslaughter for the death of Connor Robison. News stories report that Connor arrived with his mother to the home of Michael and Sarah Tahtinen. Connor was placed in a playpen while Amanda and Sarah Tahtinen practiced with their band in the basement of the Tahtinen home. The investigation reveals that Connor died of severe blunt trauma to his midsection. The St. Louis County medical examiner ruled Connor’s death a homicide. Michael Tahtinen was taken into custody by police.
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