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New details released in death of baby who may have had meth in his system

SACRAMENTO (KTXL) -- In the 19 days he lived, baby Justice Rees faced a lifetime worth of adversity. He was born into neonatal intensive care because doctors suspected there was methamphetamine in his system, born to parents who both failed drug tests, and killed in a cold Yolo County Slough where his mother, Samantha Green, had taken him in a bizarre meth-induced frenzy, according to prosecutors, to find Frank Rees, Justice's father.
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