ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
Shane Erick Hinkson sits in Superior Court during his pre-trial hearing Wednesday in the January 2012 death of eight-month old Alexander Cabanayan. Hinkson faces multiple charges, including murder, aggravated assault and cruelty to children. Cabanayan died after being flown to Egleston Children's Hospital in Atlanta, where he underwent surgery for severe brain injuries.  07.15.15
ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com Shane Erick Hinkson sits in Superior Court during his pre-trial hearing Wednesday in the January 2012 death of eight-month old Alexander Cabanayan. Hinkson faces multiple charges, including murder, aggravated assault and cruelty to children. Cabanayan died after being flown to Egleston Children's Hospital in Atlanta, where he underwent surgery for severe brain injuries. 07.15.15 rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com Shane Erick Hinkson sits in Superior Court during his pre-trial hearing Wednesday in the January 2012 death of eight-month old Alexander Cabanayan. Hinkson faces multiple charges, including murder, aggravated assault and cruelty to children. Cabanayan died after being flown to Egleston Children's Hospital in Atlanta, where he underwent surgery for severe brain injuries. 07.15.15 rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com

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