8-year-old suspected in toddler's home day care death

8-year-old suspected in toddler's home day care death

8-year-old suspected in toddler's home day care death

An 8-year-old girl is suspected in the death of a toddler at an in-home day care center in Muskegon, Michigan, Friday.

Muskegon Police Chief Jeffrey Lewis told WZZM 13 the body of 1-year-old Korey Brown was found Friday morning when his mother went to pick him and two other kids up from Keysha Keepers Daycare.

In a statement late Sunday night, Facebook said that 37-year-old Steven Stephens, suspected of fatally shooting another man in Cleveland posted a video of the killing on Facebook, but he did not broadcast it live, contrary to earlier reports.

Bryanna Reasonover, the mother of the infant, told the Detroit Free Press that she had dropped her children off at the daycare so that she could go to work. "It was bad. I found Korey in a Pack 'N Play, he was laying in there like he was asleep".

"I thought I saw everything", Lewis said, according to the news outlet. Bryanna says a doctor pronounced him dead later that morning at a hospital. An autopsy was performed Saturday, but results haven't been released. 'This one floors me.

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"This person that was involved in the death probably felt something was wrong". A 5-year-old is being interviewed as a primary witness, police said.

The 74-year-old man killed in an apparently random shooting that was video-recorded and later posted on Facebook is being remembered as a sweet man and devoted grandfather. It has only been licensed by the state of MI since November of 2016 and operates 24 hours a day, six days a week (it is closed Saturday).

Reasonover said she believes people at the day care attempted to cover up the child's injuries. The boy, 1, was found unresponsive in his crib and had been left unsupervised for a period of time, police said.

The facility is reportedly licensed by the state of MI to care for up to 12 children.

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