When the dispatcher asked the man if he knew how long the infant hadn’t been breathing he said, “No, we just literally woke up,” according to the call.
The dispatcher then asked the man the last time he noticed the boy breathing and the man responded, “It was 40 minutes ago.”
During the call the dispatcher guided the man through CPR. The caller said the infant was a normal color and warm, but that it sounded “like I’m blowing air right through him.”
The man also said the boy didn’t have a medical history since he was born, but that the infant’s twin had been in the NICU, according to dispatch records.
When police arrived at the White Oak Drive apartment, medics were attempting life-saving measures, according to Dayton Municipal Court records. The boy was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital, where staff noticed injuries consistent with abuse, according to an affidavit.
The infant died the following week on July 29, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. His cause and manner of death have not been determined.