Woman Will Not Face Charges In Baby’s 2015 Hot Car Death

By on July 27, 2016 in WNDB News

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Volusia County, FL- The State Attorney’s Office has determined that Chandra Larson is not criminally responsible for the death of a 6-month-old child left in her care. The investigation found there was insufficient evidence to file and prove a case of aggravated manslaughter against Larson, a former middle school teacher.

The investigation does show that Larson dropped her own child and another child off where they belonged that day. Records show Larson was on the phone as she was driving to Deltona Middle School where she was a teacher on September 18, 2015.

According to Larson, that conversation ended when she entered work. The child was in the vehicle from about 7:30 A.M. until 3:50 P.M. The vehicle was locked and the windows were closed during that time.

The investigation showed no indication that Ms. Larson committed an intentional act that caused the death of the child or that she procured his death by other means.

The findings of the State Attorney’s Office are that the evidence cannot support or maintain criminal charges.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2016.

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