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How to help the 9-year-old abuse victim in Quincy missing children case

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Redding police are investigating Tami Joy Huntsman, 39, and her boyfriend Gonzalo Curiel, 17, in connection with the deaths of two children as a homicide case. As of Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, officials had not released a cause of death or identit
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Redding police are investigating Tami Joy Huntsman, 39, and her boyfriend Gonzalo Curiel, 17, in connection with the deaths of two children as a homicide case. As of Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, officials had not released a cause of death or identit

Plumas County officials have set up special accounts to help the 9-year-old girl found severely abused in Quincy last week.

The girl, whose 10th birthday is Tuesday and who is now recovering at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, suffered from multiple fractures, severe malnourishment and other injuries, and two people who had custody of her are under arrest facing torture and child abuse charges.

Anyone wishing to help the girl can send donations to the Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center, 591 West Main St., Quincy, CA 95971. Checks should be made out to “Plumas CASA Special Child.” Residents who live near a branch of Plumas Bank can make donations at the banks by asking to donate to the “Special Child” account.

Gifts and cards also may be sent to the Plumas County Department of Social Services, Special Child, 270 County Hospital Road, Suite 207, Quincy, CA 95971.

Sam Stanton: 916-321-1091, @StantonSam

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