INDIANAPOLIS — The little girl who died Sunday after an incident on North Linwood Avenue has been identified.
IMPD officers went to an apartment Sunday morning after learning of an unresponsive infant. The 7-month-old girl was taken to the hospital but did not survive.
Child Abuse detectives began investigating, and the Marion County Coroner’s Office found that her death was not an accident.
The Coroner’s Office identified the girl Wednesday as Harmonnie Jones. Her death was the result of “blunt force injuries,” and has been ruled a Homicide.
Police also announced that Jones’ twin was found in the apartment and placed in the care of DCS.
If you know anything about this, please reach out to Detective Alisha Bernhardt at the IMPD Child Abuse Office, or contact Crime Stoppers.
Detective Alisha Bernhardt
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