No criminal charges recommended in 3-year-old's hot car death

No criminal charges recommended in 3-year-old's hot car death
Posted at 1:53 PM, Jun 12, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-12 13:58:51-04

ANDERSON, Ind. -- The Anderson Police Department is recommending that the Madison County Prosecutor's Office not seek criminal charges in the death of a 3-year-old earlier this month.

Hannah Grace Miller died from complications of overheating after she was left inside a vehicle for about two hours before she was discovered. 

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A spokesperson with APD would not comment further because the case is still an open investigation.

It is ultimately the prosecutor's decision on whether the criminal charges will be filed. 

It is unknown how Miller got into the vehicle. 

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