This bedroom photo is among those released by prosecutors showing the Miami-Dade home of Jorge and Carmen Barahona. (Photo courtesy of the office of the Miami-Dade State Attorney/Courtesy of Sun Sentinel)
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MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — The State Attorney's Office has released photographs of the home of a Miami couple accused of killing their adoptive daughter.
The photos released Wednesday include images of children's bedrooms, a bathroom and other parts of the home. A girl's bedroom is filled with stuffed animals and clothes. Much of the house is disheveled.
Authorities say 10-year-old Nubia Barahona and her twin brother were frequently abused inside the home and locked in the bathroom.
Nubia's body was found in her father's truck along Interstate 95 in February. Her twin brother was badly burned by a toxic chemical.
The children's adoptive parents, Jorge and Carmen Barahona, have pleaded not guilty to a first-degree murder and child abuse charges.
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