Savanna Dawson and Kyrios March Jr are wanted by police in Columbus Ohio for the murder of an eight month old infant. According to police reports the eight month old infant was brought to the hospital after someone called 911 saying the child was not breathing. The infant would die soon after arriving at the hospital.
During the following investigation it was discovered that the infant had several broken bones and assortment of injuries. Now Savanna Dawson and Kyrios March Jr are wanted by police in Ohio. When questioned by police Savanna Dawson told police she had no idea how the infant suffered his injuries and blamed other children in the home.
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Two people have been charged with the murder of an 8-month-old baby boy in North Linden.
Savanna Dawson, 23, and Kyrios March Jr, 24, have both been charged with murder, Franklin County Municipal Court documents show. Warrants have been filed for their arrest.
Officers found the boy at a home in the 2400 block of Hiawatha Street after a 911 caller told dispatchers their son was not breathing around 6:30 p.m. Monday.
The baby was rushed to Nationwide Children’s Hospital where he died a short time later.
According to court documents, doctors at Nationwide Children’s Hospital notified the Columbus Police Homicide Unit after numerous broken bones were found.
Dawson was taken to the Columbus Police Headquarters to give a statement. According to court documents, Dawson said she did not know how the 8-month-old received so many broken bones and blamed other children in the home.
An autopsy of the baby was conducted by the Franklin County Coroner’s Office on Jan 11. Doctor Armstrong told detectives that the child had a brain bleed and several bruises on the subdermal skull. Armstrong ruled the cause of death as a homicide caused by blunt force trauma, according to court documents.
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The Columbus Division of Police is searching for a mother and her boyfriend charged with the death of her 8-month-old boy.
On Monday, officers were dispatched to the 2400 block of Hiawatha Street in the North Linden neighborhood around 6:30 p.m.
Upon arrival, officers found an injured baby who wasn’t breathing and was transported to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in critical condition. The baby was pronounced at 6:51 p.m., according to police.
Franklin County Municipal Court records say the Columbus Police Homicide Unit was contacted after doctors found numerous broken bones. Some of the broken bones were healing fractures and the right leg was an acute fracture, which occurs suddenly from direct trauma.
Savanna Dawson, 23, and 24-year-old Kyrios March Jr. were taken to Columbus Police Headquarters and told detectives they did not know how the injuries occurred.
The couple suggested their other children may have caused the injuries. Dawson and March were released as detectives continued the investigation.
The Franklin County Coroner’s Office conducted an autopsy and found the baby had a brain bleed and several bruises on his skull, court documents say. The coroner’s office ruled the boy’s cause of death as a homicide caused by blunt force trauma.
There were other children in the home at the time of the infant’s death and they are now in protective custody, according to police.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Dawson and March. Police believe that the couple may have fled the Columbus area and that March has ties to Michigan.