This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.MONROE COUNTY, Ind. – A 12-year-old boy was restrained in a motel bathtub with shackles and a dog collar before he died, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office reports. Now the boy’s father and his stepmother face charges in connection with his death. Eduardo Posso was taken to Bloomington Hospital for treatment last week. He later passed away. Hospital officials say he showed multiple signs of abuse and starvation. The boy was severely emaciated and weighed only 50 to 55 pounds, according to Coroner Joani Shields. The cause and manner of death are pending, Shields said. Monroe County Sheriff Brad Swain said this case was “beyond anything” he’d ever seen in child homicides and other cases. “You don’t even want to let your mind go to imagine what this child went through,” Swain said. “I was told that the emergency room doctor had a pretty emotional experience as a result of having to do this examination and seeing firsthand the cruelty some people can place [on a child].” Monroe County detectives arrested his father, 32-year-old Luis Posso, and his stepmother, 25-year-old Dayana Median Flores, in connection with his death. They face neglect charges, and they’re being held in the Monroe County Correctional Center.