No one has been charged with Takoda’s death.
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Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office spokesman Greg Flannagan said Thursday that the coroner’s report is one of the things Dayton police needed for their ongoing investigation. He would not say whether additional charges are coming.
“We won’t be putting anything out until after our office meets with the detectives to review the investigation,” he said.
Autopsy photos previously reviewed by the Dayton Daily News show Takoda had cuts and bruises throughout his body — especially on his torso, back and buttocks — and a preliminary report said the boy suffered multiple blunt force trauma injuries.
Also included in the photos was a bathtub filled with a few inches of water.
Takoda’s death has brought intense scrutiny of how Montgomery County Children Services, Dayton police and other agencies responded to previous — possibly numerous — reports that the boy was possibly being abused.