Autopsy: Slain Gaston Co. toddler was hit in stomach, arms, legs

GASTON COUNTY, N.C. — The medical examiner released the full autopsy on fatally beaten Gaston County toddler Jordyn Dumont.

It shows the 3-year-old girl suffered numerous blunt force injuries to her stomach, arms and legs before she died.

The report outlined the numerous injuries to Jordyn, which include 10 contusions to her chest and abdomen, at least six contusions to her right arm and 14 contusions to her left arm.

The little girl was reported missing in August by William McCullen, her mother’s boyfriend. The day after the toddler was reported missing, police found her remains in a wooded area near her home on Bess Town Road.

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The medical examiner’s report shows she was wrapped in a fitted black sheet and was found lying on her right side in a hole beneath several broken tree limbs and dry leaves. She was fully clothed in a long sleeve white shirt with the words “Best Big Sister” and blue jean shorts.

The medical examiner ruled the 3-year-old's cause of death is blunt force injuries.

A grand jury indicted McCullen last month on murder charges in Jordyn’s death.

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