Barahona family photos

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona were enrolled in elementary school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. They seemed to like school, but school officials could not ignore the way both came to school dirty -- Nubia worse than her brother. Nubia smelled. She once spilled applesauce in her hair, and the next day it was still there. She snuck food in her book bag. She fell asleep in class. She was afraid to go home. On Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's badly deteriorated body was discovered hours after Victor was found having seizures in their adoptive father Jorge Barahona's truck along the side of I-95 near West Palm Beach, Fla. They had been doused in acid, officials said. Both adoptive parents Jorge and Carmen Barahona are charged with murder.

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona were enrolled in elementary school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. They seemed to like school, but school officials couldn’t ignore the way both came to school dirty -- Nubia worse than her brother. Nubia smelled. She once spilled applesauce in her hair, and the next day it was still there. She snuck food in her book bag. She fell asleep in class. She was afraid to go home. On Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's badly deteriorated body was discovered hours after Victor was found having seizures in their adoptive father Jorge Barahona's truck along the side of I-95 near West Palm Beach, Fla. They had been doused in acid, officials said. Both adoptive parents Jorge and Carmen Barahona are charged with murder.

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona were enrolled in elementary school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. They seemed to like school, but school officials couldn't ignore the way both came to school dirty -- Nubia worse than her brother. Nubia smelled. She once spilled applesauce in her hair, and the next day it was still there. She snuck food in her book bag. She fell asleep in class. She was afraid to go home. On Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's badly deteriorated body was discovered hours after Victor was found having seizures in their adoptive father Jorge Barahona's truck along the side of I-95 near West Palm Beach, Fla. They had been doused in acid, officials said. Both adoptive parents Jorge and Carmen Barahona are charged with murder.

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona were enrolled in elementary school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. They seemed to like school, but school officials couldn't ignore the way both came to school dirty -- Nubia worse than her brother. Nubia smelled. She once spilled applesauce in her hair, and the next day it was still there. She snuck food in her book bag. She fell asleep in class. She was afraid to go home. On Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's badly deteriorated body was discovered hours after Victor was found having seizures in their adoptive father Jorge Barahona's truck along the side of I-95 near West Palm Beach, Fla. They had been doused in acid, officials said. Both adoptive parents Jorge and Carmen Barahona are charged with murder.

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona were enrolled in elementary school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. They seemed to like school, but school officials couldn't ignore the way both came to school dirty -- Nubia worse than her brother. Nubia smelled. She once spilled applesauce in her hair, and the next day it was still there. She snuck food in her book bag. She fell asleep in class. She was afraid to go home. On Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's badly deteriorated body was discovered hours after Victor was found having seizures in their adoptive father Jorge Barahona's truck along the side of I-95 near West Palm Beach, Fla. They had been doused in acid, officials said. Both adoptive parents Jorge and Carmen Barahona are charged with murder.

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona, shown here at their 9th birthday with their then-faster father Jorge Barahona, seemed to like school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. For several years, teachers, counselors and principals would call to report abuse, and every DCF investigation ended with the twins staying in the home of Jorge and Carmen Barahona. The couple adopted the twins just days after their 9th birthday on May 29, 2009. A year and nine months later on Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's decomposing body was discovered stuffed inside a bag in the back of Jorge Barahona's pest-control truck along I-95. She had been soaked in corrosive chemicals. Both parents are charged with murder.

  • Nubia and Victor Barahona were enrolled in elementary school, and years later teachers and counselors from several grades would recall them fondly. They seemed to like school, but school officials couldn't ignore the way both came to school dirty -- Nubia worse than her brother. Nubia smelled. She once spilled applesauce in her hair, and the next day it was still there. She snuck food in her book bag. She fell asleep in class. She was afraid to go home. On Feb. 14, 2011, Nubia's badly deteriorated body was discovered hours after Victor was found having seizures in their adoptive father Jorge Barahona's truck along the side of I-95 near West Palm Beach, Fla. They had been doused in acid, officials said. Both adoptive parents Jorge and Carmen Barahona are charged with murder.