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An undated photo provided by Nicole Greenaway shows her 3-month-old daughter, Brooklyn Foss-Greenaway, of Clinton, Maine, who died while in a babysitter's care on July 8, 2012.
He said Wednesday that the state has not charged Huard and would not discuss allegations against her.
The DHHS documents said Murphy suffers from behavioral problems, including oppositional defiant disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attachment disorder. Huard did not give Murphy her medication as required, the caseworker said.
Huard will not comment on the case. A posting on her Facebook page, dated the day of Brooklyn's death, reads: "I feel like I'm living in a nightmare right now. ... I don't know how I'm supposed to move on from this. I just wish it could have been prevented."
Ashley Tenney, who lived at Huard's house this summer, has said that her daughter, then 8 months old, almost died from medication in her system that was the same as medication taken by the 10-year-old.
Murphy had been left alone with the baby when the incident occurred in June, Tenney said.
Greenaway has said that state police told her the same medication was found in Brooklyn's system after she died.
The petition names Adelino Cabral as Murphy's father, but no mention has been made of his involvement with his daughter.
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