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Farmington, NM -- Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas and Eleventh Judicial District Attorney Rick Tedrow announced that Eleventh Judicial District Court Judge Daylene Marsh sentenced Dallas Baron to 7.5 years in the Department of Corrections for multiple counts of child abuse, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and battery following a multi-day jury trial that occurred in January 2020. Prosecutors at trial presented evidence that Baron and her co-defendant, Lindsey Moss, partnered together to record their abuse of an eight-year-old boy with Down Syndrome on camera. While babysitting the young boy, Moss and Baron created videos of themselves throwing things at the child, teaching him to smoke from a bong, and pushing him down.  The Defendants can be heard laughing about their actions in the videos. 

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