According to authorities, one of the twin infants saved in Ohio last month during an Amber Alert that attracted widespread attention passed away late Saturday.
At around midnight EST, police were called to the Ky’air Thomas family’s Columbus home, according to WSYX-TV. According to WCMH-TV, the kid was eventually confirmed deceased at a local hospital. His age was six months.
Wilhelmina “Momo” Barnett’s twins’ aunt Wilma Booker claimed that the twins’ mother gave an account of what supposedly transpired.
“While I wasn’t exactly right there when it happened, my kids were there. Momo was feeding the babies, and one of them started choking on the milk, and that’s what happened,” Booker told WSYX.
“She immediately called 911, trying to do chest compression and CPR to get the baby back then. It was just like an accident from feeding the babies, and that was it.” The police have not corroborated Booker’s account of the incident. Monday’s autopsy is scheduled.
Original report Columbus police responded to a call for an unresponsive child Ky’Air Thomas is investigating the baby’s death, according to WCMH.
On December 19, Ky’air and his twin brother Kason Thomas were taken hostage in Columbus. Around 9:45 p.m. EST, the mother of the twins left them in the car as she went into a Columbus Donatos Pizza location to pick up a DoorDash order, according to WBNS-TV.
According to WCMH, Nalah Tamiko Jackson, 24, a homeless woman, is accused of stealing the 2010 Honda Accord while the infants are still inside.
Later on the same day, Ky’air Thomas was located at Dayton International Airport. According to the news station, the son is prosecuted in Franklin County on two counts of kidnapping.
Ky’air Thomas will have an autopsy on Monday, according to the police, WBNS reported. The television station reported no quick updates on the boy’s death.
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