LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — The Latest on the 18-year-old Ohio woman charged with aggravated murder in her newborn infant's death (all times local):

4:55 p.m.

The attorney for the woman whose newborn's remains were buried outside her Ohio home says the 18-year-old who has pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder and other charges "did not kill her baby."

Attorney Charles M. Rittgers also said Monday the defense is waiting to receive evidence the prosecutor claims supports the indictment of Brooke Skylar Richardson.

Richardson pleaded not guilty Monday in a Warren County court in Lebanon. She was indicted Friday on charges that also include involuntary manslaughter, child endangering, evidence tampering and corpse abuse.

Bond was set at $50,000, and she was released on house arrest with electronic monitoring Monday.

The prosecutor alleges the baby was born alive and that Richardson "purposely caused" the baby's death and then burned and buried the infant.

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11:45 a.m.

An 18-year-old woman whose newborn infant's remains were buried outside her southwest Ohio home has pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder and other charges.

Brooke Skylar Richardson entered the pleas at her Monday arraignment. She was indicted Friday on charges that also include involuntary manslaughter, child endangering, evidence tampering and corpse abuse in the May death. Bond was set at $50,000.

The baby's remains were found July 14 in Carlisle, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Cincinnati.

Richardson's attorney didn't immediately return a call seeking comment. He has called the teen a "good person" but hasn't commented on the allegations.

The prosecutor alleges the baby was born alive about 38 to 40 weeks into the pregnancy and that Richardson "purposely caused" the death, then burned and buried the baby's remains.

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8:10 a.m.

An 18-year-old woman whose newborn infant's remains were buried outside her southwest Ohio home is set to be arraigned on charges including aggravated murder.

Brooke Skylar Richardson's Monday arraignment in Warren County comes days after her indictment in the May death. She's also charged with involuntary manslaughter, child endangering, evidence tampering and corpse abuse.

The baby's remains were found July 14 in Carlisle, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Cincinnati.

Richardson's attorney has called the teen a "good person" but hasn't commented specifically on the allegations.

Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell alleges that the baby was born alive about 38 to 40 weeks into the pregnancy and that Richardson "purposely caused" the death, then burned and buried the baby. Fornshell has said the cause of death hasn't been determined.