Amina Agboola’s mother appears in court

07:00 22 January 2014

Amina Agboola

Amina Agboola

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The mother of two-year-old Amina Agboola, who died in November, has appeared in court.

Sarah Raqueman, 28, of Scotts Drive, Yaxley, was at Cambridge Crown Court on Tuesday last week, charged with causing or allowing the death of a child and two counts of neglecting a child.

She will appear again for a plea and case management hearing on February 28, when Dean Harris, 19, also of Scotts Drive, who is charged with Amina’s murder, will also appear.

Harris, who is a former Sawtry Community College student, appeared at Cambridge Crown Court on November 25 and was remanded in custody.

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