REDDING, Calif. – The latest on the discovery of two dead children in a California storage facility (all times local):
Homicides detectives are investigating after two children were found dead inside a commercial storage unit in Northern California.
Autopsies are planned for the 3-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy. Their names haven't been released, and no charges have been filed in their deaths.
The investigation began with a call about a possible child abuse case in the small town of Quincy.
Authorities there say they found a 9-year-old girl starved and injured. She was hospitalized, and her condition wasn't available Tuesday.
Further investigation led authorities to the bodies at the Redding storage unit.
Plumas County sheriff's officials arrested a 17-year-old boy and a woman on suspicion of felony child abuse, torture and mayhem in the case of the hospitalized girl. They remain jailed on $1 million bail each.