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$1 million bail set for Dariaz Higgins, father of Noelani RobinsonSubmitted: 03/17/2019
MILWAUKEE - The man accused of kidnapping Noelani Robinson and charged with killing her mother Sierra Robinson, appeared in court Sunday according to our sister station TMJ4.

A body police believe to be Noelani's was found early Saturday morning in Minnesota. Cause of death was ruled as blunt force trauma to the head.

Robinson's father, Dariaz Higgins, faces life in prison if convicted for the murder of Noelani's mother. Charges have yet to be filed in the death of 2-year-old Noelani.

Higgins was charged with first-degree intentional homicide and recklessly endangering safety. His bail was set a $1 million dollars by Commissioner David Sweet.

Higgins' next court appearance will be March 25 in Milwaukee. 

Story By: Stephen Goin
Photo By: TMJ4

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