Mountain Home, Idaho. One week has passed since the Mountain Home Police Department responded to a domestic call for an unresponsive infant.

It was Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023, at approximately 8:30 p.m. when the Mountain Home Police Department and Elmore County's ambulance service were called to a private residence.

After they arrived on the scene, KTVB Channel 7 News reported Mountain Home Police and the EMT's attempted life-saving interventions for the unresponsive infant girl.

Shortly thereafter, EMT's transported the infant to the nearest local hospital. Sadly, when further efforts to resuscitate the the infant girl were unsuccessful, she was pronounced dead later that evening.

Since then, the Mountain Home Police Department has launched a full investigation into the infant girl's death. One week has passed since the infant was pronounced deceased at a hospital in Elmore County.

While their relationship to the infant girl has yet to be confirmed, KMVT Channel 11 News reported police have arrested two adults in connection with the infant girl's untimely death. The two remain unnamed as Mountain Home Police continue their active investigation.

To date, Mountain Home Police have not released the charges against the two suspects, however they have indicated the charges are still pending.

The Mountain Home Police Department has not responded to questions or issued any updates on the status of their ongoing investigation.

Rocked by the tragedy of the Idaho University quadruple homicide in November, Mountain Home and Treasure Valley residents are seeking answers and justice for the deceased infant. We need to know how and why this infant girl's life end so abruptly.

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After confirming the claims against her were baseless, detectives eliminated an educator as a suspect. Unfortunately, her reputation remains an object of ridicule.

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