FAIRFIELD, Maine — Here’s a story you may want to keep your eye on, regarding the July death of a 3-month-old girl that has since turned into a homicide investigation.
Back in July, Nicole Greenaway left her 3-month-old daughter, Brooklyn, in the care of friend and co-worker, Amanda Huard. The plan was for Brooklyn to spend the night but at 1:34 a.m., Haurd called 911 to report Brooklyn wasn’t breathing and was unresponsive. Six minutes later, paramedics arrived and rushed Brooklyn to the hospital but sadly, she didn’t make it.
The next day Huard would post on Facebook that she was living a nightmare.
“My friends 3 month old daughter stopped breathing in her sleep last night:( in devasted that it didn’t realize it soon enough. For the cpr to work:(,” she posts, adding that her daughter was the one who found the baby unresponsive.
Yesterday, reports were that the death was now being considered a homicide. Greenaway told WMTV that police have told her that Brooklyn was sleeping in the bedroom of the Haurd’s 10-year-old daughter. She also told the world, via Facebook, that Huard’s daughter was the one who murdering Brooklyn:
“OK everyone who has been asking me what happened to my sweet little 3 month old Baby well Kelli Murdered her and Her Mother Amanda Lynn Huard sat back allowed it to happen,” Greenaway posted Monday night.
I corresponded with Nicole via Facebook, and she told me why she made that comment. I would relay that info here, but I don’t feel comfortable doing that, especially considering we are talking about a juvenile. Also, I don’t want to risk mucking up any investigations police are currently conducting.
Some of what she said, if true, will be corroborated once they release Brooklyn’s autopsy results. But like I already said, this is a story you will want to keep your eye on.
UPDATE: Maine state police have charged Amanda Huard’s 10-year-old daughter with manslaughter in connection with Brooklyn’s death. There still more to come. If what I have heard is true, you won’t believe how she did it.
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