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Grandparents Arrested, Accused of Burning Grandchild in Bathtub

Grandparents of their adopted grandchild were arrested and charged with injury to a child, a first degree felony, on Tuesday.

Kenneth Neal Walker, 54, and his wife, Shelley Walker, 60, are each being held on $250,000 bonds after their adopted granddaugther, 2-year-old Bridget Walker, was severely burned on her feet and ankles when she was placed into scalding water in a bathtub.

Both grandparents were allegedly at home at the time of the incident.

Kenneth Neal Walker, 54 and Shelley Walker, 60 are being held on bonds of $250,000 each..

The child was flown to Parkland Hospital in Dallas on Feb. 28 when the incident occurred and is now in the custody of Child Protective Services.

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