It’s been almost three months since the death of a Ft. Mohave toddler was ruled a homicide by the Clark County Coroner’s Office. Although no arrests have been made in the murder of 15-month old Kade Kryska, the Mohave County Attorney’s Office is still investigating and reviewing the case for prosecution. “We just interviewed the baby’s mother last week,” said Chief deputy county attorney Jace Zack, who indicated his office is continuing to review the case, which was originally conducted by the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office. Baby Kade was taken to Valley View Medical Center on the night of Oct. 21, 2014 after his mother returned home from work and found him unresponsive. He was airlifted to Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas, where he died two days later. The Clark County Coroner’s Office would later determined the baby died as a result of blunt force trauma to his head. According to sheriff’s deputies who were investigating the incident that night, the baby was left in the care of the mother’s boyfriend while she went to work. The boyfriend is not the child’s biological father.
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