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posted: 3/6/2013 4:54 PM

Accused Zion mom can retrieve items from home

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The mother of a 5-month-old Zion boy who was murdered last week will be allowed to remove some personal objects from her home, a judge decided Wednesday. Aurora Escamilla, 19, the mother of Ayden Salinas, must have a Zion police officer with her when she returns to the home on the 2600 block of Horeb Avenue to remove clothing and some other personal effects, Lake County Judge Raymond Collins ordered. Escamilla has been charged with endangering the life of a child after her son was killed last week by her boyfriend, Victor Salinas-Corona, 17, authorities said. Salinas-Corona remains in Lake County jail in lieu of $2 million bond after being charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the boy's death. Escamilla was freed from jail after posting the required 10 percent of her $100,000 bond. Both are due back in court this month.

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