Toddler faced 'regime of brutality'
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Jeremiah Regis-Ngawah murder: Police speak of 'brutal' treatment

A man has admitted murdering his two-year-old stepson, who suffered more than 100 injuries including a fractured skull and ribs.

Police said Chevaze McGregor, 27, subjected Jeremiah Regis-Ngawah to a "sustained regime of brutality" over a period of months.

The child was found by police and paramedics at an address in Wolverhampton in November, Birmingham Crown Court was told.

The boy's mother, Sindyann Regis, 25, had previously admitted allowing the toddler's death.