Girl, 8, suspected in baby's home day care death

Oceane Deschanel
Abril 18, 2017

An 8-year-old girl is suspected of killing a 1-year-old baby boy at their MI daycare, according to reports.

The 1-year-old boy was found dead in the home Friday morning after apparently being left unsupervised for an extended period, said Muskegon Police Chief Jeffrey Lewis.

It's believed the 8-year-old, who was being interviewed by police and a child psychologist, stepped in to assist the toddler, identified as Korey Brown, when he would not stop crying, according to multiple media reports.

Bryanna Reasonover, the mother of the infant, told the Detroit Free Press that she had dropped her children off at the daycare so that she could go to work.

"When his face rolled over he had all these bruises on the side of his face". A 5-year-old child is said to have witnessed what happened.

First responders attempted to resuscitate the unresponsive 1-year-old for over an hour, but the child was pronounced dead at 8 a local hospital.

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The children in Collins' care were unsupervised for at least two hours, Lewis said, and attempts had been made to hide the baby, possibly by hiding him in a closet, reported. 'This one floors me. He did not yet know a cause of death. The investigation, which involves Child Protective Services and maltreatment in care investigators, is continuing, the agency said.

"This person that was involved in the death probably felt something was wrong", Lewis told the news outlet.

A 1-year-old boy was found dead at a MI daycare.

State records indicate the day care home located at 792 Catherine licensed to Keysha Collins for up to 12 children.

The owners of the licensed daycare said that they did not know anything was wrong with the child. It has only been licensed by the state of MI since November of 2016 and operates 24 hours a day, six days a week (it is closed Saturday).

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