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An autopsy on 10-day-old Grey Vigil, who died Monday at a Rio Rancho hospice, was scheduled for this morning.
Law enforcement officials are seeking to pinpoint an exact cause of death for the infant boy born Friday, Sept. 24, at a Los Alamos residence, and was then reportedly kept concealed in a closet for three days, according to a source with the Los Alamos Police Department.
“Charges are pending in this case as the investigation is still underway,” said LAPD lead investigator Sgt. Fred Rascon.
Late last week, officials with the Children, Youth and Families Department took custody of the baby, who by then had been air lifted from Los Alamos to the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque for treatment. By Friday, CYFD officials indicated that the newborn would be transferred to hospice care.
A 25-year-old Los Alamos woman remains under investigation for apparently giving birth to the baby boy at her parent’s Barranca Mesa home. Los Alamos Police said that evidence indicates Katrina Vigil had the child and did not report the birth or seek medical care for herself or the newborn.
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