Newborn baby's death is ruled a homicide but police haven't charged the mother

Newborn found dead in garbage bag in Ohio college dorm bathroom was alive for less than an hour before being discovered, coroner reveals as his death is ruled a homicide Baby was found dead in October 2019 in bathroom of a dorm at Hiram College   Infant boy was discovered with the umbilical cord still attached, officials said  Coroner ruled the death a homicide and said the baby was alive for no longer than an hour; the baby died of asphyxiation due to postpartum inattention Investigators have not arrested the baby's mom or released any information her

By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail.com and Associated Press

Published: 03:14 GMT, 24 January 2020 | Updated: 03:14 GMT, 24 January 2020

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An Ohio coroner ruled on Thursday that the death of a baby found in a trash can last year was a homicide.

The boy was found with the umbilical cord still attached in a women’s bathroom in Whitcomb Hall at Hiram College last October.

According to a coroner report obtained by the Record-Courier, the child was alive for no longer than an hour and died of asphyxiation due to postpartum inattention. 

An Ohio coroner ruled on Thursday that the death of a baby found in a trash can last year was a homicide. Investigators at the scene in October 2019

An Ohio coroner ruled on Thursday that the death of a baby found in a trash can last year was a homicide. Investigators at the scene in October 2019

The boy was found with the umbilical cord still attached in a women’s bathroom in Whitcomb Hall at Hiram College last October

The boy was found with the umbilical cord still attached in a women’s

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