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McGrews under investigation again after dog bites child

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Mugshots of both Quintin and Chantel McGrew following an arrest last September in connection to a stolen wedding ring. Mugshots of both Quintin and Chantel McGrew following an arrest last September in connection to a stolen wedding ring.
SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) -

The family whose baby was mauled to death last year is now under investigation again after one of their children was bit by another dog.

In April, Aiden McGrew was killed while his father Quintin McGrew was asleep in their home, authorities say.

According to a report filed last Thursday, the Department of Social Services noticed dog bite injuries on one of the McGrew's children's faces and reported it to the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office.

A report states that the child appeared to have a puncture wound on his right cheek and left side of his nose. According to a report, the incident happened at the McGrews' home on Jennifer Drive in Ladson.

Authorities are investigating the incident and no charges have been filed as of yet. Investigators say the child did not have to get medical attention for the bite.

Quintin McGrew was charged with unlawful conduct towards a child in connection to the death of Aiden McGrew and is still waiting to go to trial on those charges.

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