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Bloomfield Native Loses Baby, Death Ruled Homicide

Last updated on Wednesday, October 8, 2008

(CHICAGO, IL) - The infant son of a Greene County native was pronounced dead in Chicago, and police have ruled the death as a homicide.

According to a report in the Greene County Daily World, Nicholas Munden, son of Ronald and Jessica Munden, was off at a Liberty Township home September 19th that serves as a daycare, and at 12:30 in the afternoon, the Mundens were called saying that the boy was unresponsive.

The baby died September 29th, 10 days after being transported to The University of Chicago Hospitals, an autopsy was conducted the next day, and the coroner's report says the cause of death resembles "shaken baby syndrome."

No arrests have been made as of yet.

The father is a Bloomfield High School graduate and still has family in Greene County.

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