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Man Allegedly Takes His 2 Babies into Mexico and Murders Them

Man Allegedly Takes His 2 Babies into Mexico and Murders Them

Suspect Matthew Taylor Coleman

Suspect Matthew Taylor Coleman

Santa Barbara man suspected of killing his 2 toddlers arrested at San Ysidro border

A Santa Barbara man was arrested at the San Ysidro border entry Monday on suspicion of killing his two young children while in Rosarito, Mexico, authorities said Tuesday. Matthew Taylor Coleman is accused of killing his 1-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son.

Prosecutor Hiram Sánchez Zamora of Baja California said in a press briefing that a 911 call was received Monday just before 7:30 a.m. reporting the discovery of the bodies of a boy and girl near El Descanso Ranch in the Primo Tapia district. According to authorities, both children appeared to have stab wounds to their bodies consistent with a wooden stake found nearby which is considered a possible murder weapon.

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