ATLANTA -- The search for a man wanted in connection with his baby's death has spread to Atlanta's airport. Charles Hamilton is facing murder charges in the death of 3-month-old Adriana Hamilton. Police said Hamilton called 911 while watching the child on Sept. 9 and said she was having trouble breathing. The child was transported to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Scottish Rite, where staff said the child's injuries were inconsistent with what her father had said.
WOODSTOCK, Ga. -- A third victim has died from an accident that left a mother and her infant daughter dead. According to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, 61-year-old Kathy Deming passed away from injuries suffered after being struck by a vehicle on Sept. 9. Deming was crossing Arnold Mill Road along with Kaitlyn Hunt and her 3-month-old daughter when they were struck by a Jeep. The child was pronounced dead that evening while Hunt died several days later.
GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga.-- Police are searching for the father of a 3-month-old child who died after suffering broken ribs and a brain bleed. According to Gwinnett County Police, Charles Hamilton was caring for the girl while the child's mother was at a laundromat when the injuries occurred on Sept. 9. Someone called 911 that afternoon to report that the child was having breathing problems. The child was transported to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Scottish Rite.
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