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Tragedy at Unlicensed Daycare: Baby Found Dead, Owner Faces Charges




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A Tennessee woman, Anne Jordan, aged 51, has been taken into custody and charged with six counts of child neglect after leaving seven children unattended, leading to the tragic death of a 3-month-old baby, Your Content has learned.

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department released a statement regarding the incident that occurred in April.

The lifeless body of the 3-month-old boy was discovered in Jordan’s apartment by the mother of the deceased infant and another parent, who had come to pick up their children.

The other six children, aged up to 16 months, were found to be in good health.

The cause of the baby’s death has not been disclosed yet, as authorities are awaiting the results of a toxicology report and autopsy.

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Jordan was apprehended on Thursday and has not yet entered a plea for the charges brought against her.

It remains unclear whether she has legal representation at this time.

Jordan informed authorities that she found the 3-month-old child unconscious in a bassinet and attempted CPR.

When her efforts were unsuccessful, she reportedly left the children unattended and made an attempt on her own life.

Later that day, she was discovered with self-inflicted wounds, according to People.

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