Baby Left in Hot Car While Father Visits Friend in Lake Havasu City Dies - NBC Southern California

Baby Left in Hot Car While Father Visits Friend in Lake Havasu City Dies

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    Ty Martin allegedly left the infant unattended in a car for up to an hour Saturday while visiting a friend, who was charged in a marijuana grow operation, May 2019.

    Police say an Arizona man has been arrested and accused of manslaughter after his baby daughter was left alone in a hot car and died.

    Lake Havasu City police say 23-year-old Ty Martin allegedly left the infant unattended in a car for up to an hour Saturday while visiting a friend, who was charged in a marijuana grow operation.

    Officers began CPR on the unresponsive child until a city fire department crew arrived and transported her to the hospital.

    Additionally, 23-year-old Noah Grabowski was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, and cultivation of marijuana after a search warrant related to the manslaughter investigation was served at Grabowski’s residence.
    Photo credit: Lake Havasu City Police Department

    Police say the baby was pronounced dead a short time later.

    The Mohave County Medical Examiner will determine a cause of death.

    Police didn't immediately release the name of the child and it was unclear Monday if Martin has a lawyer yet who can speak on his behalf.

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