FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The mayor of Madera will propose a new tribute to two-year-old Thaddeus Sran, who was killed last month.
Mayor Andy Medillin plans to ask the city council to name a playground area at Centennial Park in Madera for children with special needs after Thaddeus Sran at Wednesday's meeting.
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The toddler's parents, Sukhjinder Sran, 42, and Briseida Sran, 29, are accused of their son's murder.
The Srans first reported their son missing on July 15. A week later, burned remains believed to be Thaddeus Sran were discovered by cadaver dogs in a rural area of Madera County.
On July 24, the couple was arrested on suspicion of murder. The two have pleaded not guilty in court.
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The Srans are scheduled to be back in court for a hearing and bail review on Wednesday.
The Madera City Council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday night at 6 p.m.
Two murals were painted by Valley artist, Omar "Super" Huerta, to honor Thaddeus last week.
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