CARNESVILLE-In what may be the state’s first prosecution of its kind, a Franklin County woman is charged with murder for allegedly causing her baby’s death by taking drugs while pregnant.

Shannon Moss, 21, gave birth to twins April 21, but one child, Angel Hope Schneider, died shortly afterward. Prosecutors allege the child’s death was directly attributable to Moss’ use of drugs, specifically cocaine and amphetamines, while carrying the twins.

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