What to Know
- A baby boy was pronounced dead after being found in a taxi in the Bronx last December
- Police found the 1-year-old unresponsive and unconscious. They administered CPR but were not able to bring the boy back.
- The death of the baby has now been ruled a homicide
The death of a baby boy found in in a taxi in December has been ruled a homicide, police said Wednesday.
Officers found 1-year-old Darwin Gonzalez-Santana unconscious in a cab outside 1880 University Place in the Bronx on the morning of Dec. 17, police said.
They administered CPR on the baby and took him in their car to Saint-Barnabas Hospital where he was pronounced dead. They said at the time there was no obvious trauma.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner was investigating the baby's death.