Guam – Guam Police are investigating the death of a baby girl this past weekend.
After performing an autopsy this afternoon, Medical Examiner Dr. Aurelio Espinola confirmed for PNC News that the baby’s death is a homicide.
He declined to provide and further details.
On Saturday, GMH Nursing Supervisor Cely Mangrobang told PNC News that the 23 months child was brought to the Hospital shortly after noon and he was pronounced dead at 12:59pm Saturday, she said.
Mangrobang declined to say what injuries he suffered or provide any further information.
READ the release from Officer Balajadia below:
This afternoon, Criminal Investigation detectives received conformation from Dr. Espinola that a 23-month old female toddler brought into GMH on
Saturday was the victim of a homicide.
It was reported that medic responded to a residence in Yigo for a non-responsive toddler. The toddler was transported to GMH and pronounced dead just before
Criminal Investigations detectives are conducting a homicide investigation into the death of this child. No arrest have be made at this time. Interviews are being conducted.