COCAINE, FENTANYL IN SYSTEM, ACCORDING TO PALM BEACH COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man and a woman for manslaughter of a child, neglect of a child, and third degree felony murder.
The horrific details come via a media advisory from PBSO:
PBSO detectives assumed this death investigation from the Riviera Beach Police Department.
Investigation determined that the child’s paternal aunt received a knock at her door. Upon opening the door she discovered the child on the front doorstep in a car seat with no one else around. The aunt was advised by other family members that the child needed help and should be brought to the hospital. The aunt drove the child to St. Mary’s Medical Center where she was prounounced dead.
The medical examiner determined that the cause of death is detemined to be fentanyl and cocaine intoxication with manner of death being homicide.
Probable cause to arrest Charquez Giles and Latonia Clemons was developed. Both were arrested today, August 26, 2021 and tranported to the Palm Beach County Jail to face charges of Third Degree Felony Murder, Aggravated Manslaughter of a Child and Neglect of a Child.
More details are expected later today when the arrest report is processed by the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts.
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