Honestie Hodges, handcuffed in Michigan at 11, dies aged 14 of Covid

Honestie Hodges, who was handcuffed outside her home in Michigan at age 11 in an incident that prompted national outrage, died
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Honestie Hodges, who was handcuffed outside her home in Michigan at age 11 in an incident that prompted national outrage, died on Sunday aged 14.

Her grandmother, Alisa Niemeyer, said in posts online the 14-year-old died from Covid-19.

“It is with an extremely heavy heart that I have to tell all of you that my beautiful, sassy, smart loving Granddaughter has gone home to be with Jesus,” Niemeyer posted on the fundraising site GoFundMe.

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