Police investigate suspicious infant death
SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY—Police are investigating after finding an unresponsive baby in South Salt Lake.
The infant has been identified as two-month-old Zebby Holman.
According to Danielle Croyle, public information officer for the South Salt Lake Police Department, officers responded to a call of an unresponsive infant around 9:30 a.m. at 3674 South State St. Life saving efforts were performed but unfortunately first responders were unable to save the baby.
Croyle said they’re looking into this as an unattended death because no cause has been determined at this point. Police are still processing the scene and said there will be answers in the weeks to come. They’re not sure who called 9-1-1, but the mother and family members were on scene and are cooperating with the investigation.
SSLPD, detective division, South Salt Lake Fire and crime scene investigators all responded to the scene.
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