Harmonnie Jones Death, Obituary – The death of a seven-month-old girl who was discovered unresponsive in an apartment on Sunday has been judged a homicide, according to an announcement made by the Indianapolis police department on Tuesday. The name of the girl will be released by the Marion County Coroner’s Office once the family has been notified, according to a news statement that was distributed by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police on Tuesday. According to statements made by IMPD on Tuesday, the coroner’s office determined on Sunday that the cause of death was a traumatic event that was not unintentional.
On Wednesday, the Marion County Coroner’s Office sent the following email to members of the press media regarding the investigation: “On January 8th our office conducted a death investigation after being notified by IMPD of the death of a 7 month old black female who resided at 4409 Linwood Court and died at Riley Hospital for Children.” “On January 8th our office conducted a death investigation after being notified by IMPD of the death of a 7 month old black female.” Harmonnie Jones has been determined to be the identity of the deceased. Following an autopsy, it was concluded that blunt force injuries were the cause of death, and that the manner of death was homicide.
Tuesday, a representative with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department told News 8 that there have been no arrests made. Just after 9 o’clock on Sunday morning, officers were dispatched to an apartment in the 4400 block of North Linwood Court in response to a report of a kid who was unconscious. This is in the Pangea Courts Apartments, which are situated immediately to the south of the Linwood Square shopping center, which can be reached through 10th Street. According to statements made by police on Tuesday, the girl was transferred to Riley Hospital for Children, where she later passed away.
The information that the 7-month-old girl had a twin who was present in the house at or around the time of the occurrence was released by the IMPD on Wednesday. According to the police, the twin was apprehended by the Indiana Department of Child Services and is now in a secure location. The IMPD did not disclose the gender of the twin, and in response to enquiries concerning the twin, they forwarded the matter to Child Services.