Trial Scheduled for Daughter of MLB Hall of Famer – She Faces Serious Charges After a Discovery in the Woods

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A trial has been set for Alexandra Eckersely, the daughter of Hall of Fame baseball player Dennis Eckersley, for January 2024.

According to local news station WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire, Eckersley was indicted by a grand jury in January on charges of “second-degree assault, falsifying physical evidence and reckless conduct.”

The charges stemmed from Dec. 26 when Eckersley gave birth to a son in the woods in New Hampshire.

The New York Post reported that temperatures were below freezing that night, but after giving birth Eckersley allegedly left her son in the tent where she and her boyfriend were living at the time.

After Eckersley gave birth, she “allegedly led first responders astray for more than an hour by failing to give them the real location of the baby,” WMUR-TV reported.

Kim Kossick, Eckersley’s attorney, had a different version of events for that night.

“She was bleeding. She had medical complications after this happened, still,” Kossick told WMUR. “They had no concern for her welfare at all. And frankly, I think they’re very lucky that something worse didn’t happen to her.”

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