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Police said the infant twin who recovered during an Ohio Amber Alert last month has died

An infant from Ohio died one month after being admitted to the hospital Statewide AMBER Alert Center With his twins receiving national attention, authorities said.

Columbus police said officers were sent to a home shortly before 11 p.m. Saturday due to a report of a child who was not breathing. Police said paramedics took the six-month-old to Children’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead less than an hour later.

Columbus police said they are “actively investigating”. CBS Columbus affiliate WBNS-TV She stated that an autopsy is scheduled for Monday. No other details about the child’s death were immediately available.

Columbus police identified the child as one of two children who were the subject of an Amber Alert, used to declare a child missing, after a parked car was taken from December 20 while their mother was picking up an order at a pizzeria in Columbus.

A baby was found hours later in a car carrier seat between two vehicles in a parking lot near Dayton International Airport, about 70 miles west of Columbus. Authorities said police officers in Indianapolis, which is 175 miles west of Columbus, found the other boy on the evening of Dec. 22 in an abandoned car that had been stolen three days earlier in Columbus, Ohio.

Nala Tamiko Jackson, 24 years old for kidnapping He was later indicted on two federal counts of kidnapping a minor. She appeared in federal court in Columbus a week earlier but did not file a petition at that time; A letter seeking comment on the charges was sent Sunday to the federal attorneys general who represent them.



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