Baby dies after father get gun from police station

Baby dies after father get gun from police station

Baby dies after father get gun from police station     A Georgia father has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his 8-month-old daughter, who died after being left in a hot car while he was being arrested at a police station while the father was being arrested.

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The newborn, Nova Grace Whatley-Trejo, is believed to have been in the car for several hours on Tuesday, according to authorities. The infant was discovered in the car by the girl’s grandmother, who transported her to the hospital shortly before 10 p.m., according to Snellville Police Detective Jeff Manley, who spoke at a news conference on Wednesday.  Baby dies after father goes to police station to get gun back, leaves child in hot car, officials say

 

Baby dies after father get gun from police station

 

 

A pistol that had been seized in a separate incident was returned to the girl’s father, Davied Whatley, 20, according to Snellville Police Chief Michael Manley on Tuesday around 2 p.m.

It was unknown to the police that Whatley had left his daughter in a car parked two buildings away at the City Hall, according to the prosecutor.

 

 

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In a press conference, Manley stated that firearms will not be returned until police have conducted a background check to ensure that the individual is not a convicted felon. During the check, authorities discovered that Whatley was wanted on a probation violation warrant, and he was apprehended at the station.

It was captured on film from the moment Whatley stepped foot in the police station until he was transported and released to deputies at the Gwinnett County Detention Center, according to Manley. Whatley made no mention to Snellville police officers about his daughter being in the car, according to Manley.

In a statement to reporters, he said, “He made no statements regarding the fact that his daughter was left in the car two buildings away from the Snellville Police Department.”

In an interview with Whatley, Manley stated that the infant was discovered after the grandmother was “alerted.” When the grandmother arrived at the scene, he said that the infant had died.

He didn’t go into detail regarding how or when Whatley was able to get in touch with the grandma. In Atlanta, which is roughly 30 miles northeast of Snellville, temperatures hit a high of 86 degrees on Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

The fact that someone would leave an 8-month-old in a car and park far away from our building, then stroll up here knowing that child was in the car and leave them there is beyond comprehension. “It’s incredible,” Manley exclaimed.

 

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Whatley was released from jail on a warrant charge on Tuesday night, but he was taken into custody again on Wednesday on a charge of second-degree murder, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. It is unclear whether he has retained the services of an attorney.

Baby dies after father goes to police station to get gun back, leaves child in hot car, officials say

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