The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the death of a 10-month-old child.
The Greenville Police Department in Meriwether County said one of its officers pulled over Cameron Ramon Reese, 22, for speeding Wednesday morning.
Officers said Reese ran from the car. Police said that when they looked in the back seat of the vehicle, they found the body of 10-month-old Ayla Reeves.
Detectives said Reese was watching the child when he called the girl’s mother, Nikia Reeves, 19, and said the child was not breathing.
When Reeves went to the home, she said Reese was acting suspicious, police said. The three reportedly got into the car. Police said that’s when Reeves questioned Reese about what happened to the baby.
Investigators said Reese then pulled a knife on Reeves, who jumped out of the car.
Officers said they were able to track down Reese with K-9s. He has been charged with aggravated assault and concealing the death of another.
GBI officials said they are trying to determine the child’s cause of death, pending an autopsy.
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