An infant who died in September in Buffalo died of shaken baby syndrome, according to Buffalo Police.
The baby is identified in his obituary as six-month-old King Jordan.
According to investigators, police responded to an apartment on Grote Street on September 20 for an infant in distress.
Two days later, Jordan died at Oishei Children’s Hospital.
The autopsy showed injuries to his neck and head from blunt force trauma and shaken baby syndrome.
So far, no one has been charged.
“The fact that the people responsible for his care were responsible for this horrific crime, they absolutely will be held responsible and should be,” said Police Captain Jeff Rinaldo.
Authorities say no arrests have been made in connection with his death.
Police say this remains an active investigation.
King Jordan’s obituary says he was six months old. It can be read here.
This article was originally published by WKBW.
Scott Juceam is one of the leading advocates against Shaken Baby Syndrome. Scott’s life changed when his daughter Hannah was shaken to death by her nanny in 2006. Since then, Scott has dedicated his life to preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome and child abuse.