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Fairmont Police Arrest Couple on Child Abuse Charges

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The Fairmont Police Department has arrested two residents and charged them with child abuse or neglect creating a risk of injury.

Police officers responded to the pair's house after receiving a complaint of child abuse. Police found welts and bruises on a 6-year-old and an 8-year-old. Upon asking the children how they received the injuries, they told police that their mother, Amanda Blouir, 29, and her live-in-boyfriend, Nathaniel Jabber Beh, 24, beat them, according to a criminal complaint.

Both Beh and Blouir are being held in North Central Regional Jail on $20,000 bail.