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Steven Killion, left, and Toni Baker are charged in the 2017 death of their toddler in Lock Haven. LOCK HAVEN – A Lock Haven couple has been charged with the death of their 29-month-old son who was found nearly a year ago in his bedroom with a plastic bag over his head. Toni Ann Baker, 37, and Steven Allen Killion Sr. They are charged with involuntary manslaughter, endangering the welfare of children and recklessly endangering another person. The manslaughter charge alleges their reckless or grossly negligent conduct caused the death. The other two counts name Baker’s then 14-year-old autistic, non-verbal son also as a victim.
Baker and Killion are accused of failing to check on him despite knowing he might be injuring himself. The charges are the result of an investigation into the May 29, 2017, death of Steven A. Acting city Police Chief Kristin Smith on Thursday said waiting for lab reports caused the delay in filing the charges. The toddler’s DNA was found on the outside of two plastic bags and inside one of them, the arrest affidavit states. Killion told police he gave the boy a gallon-size plastic bag containing cereal and shut him in his upstairs bedroom.
He said that he forgot to check on the boy as he usually does before going to bed, the document states. He is quoted as saying the boy usually plays a little bit and will fall asleep on the bed or floor. Killion says he awoke between 6:30 and 7:30 the following morning, heard the older boy banging his head but fell back to sleep. When the teen becomes agitated he injures himself by throwing himself backward, he told police. Staples were used to close a head wound the day before last Easter, he said.