Ky’air Thomas’ autopsy results show no foul play or trauma


Ky’air Thomas is seen with his twin brother, Kason Thomas. Police say Nalah Jackson abducted the children. (Image: Columbus Division of Police)

A young Ohio boy who died a month after he and his twin brother returned home from an alleged kidnapping was not killed by foul play, the Franklin County Law&Crime Coroner’s Office said.

In January, police in Columbus, Ohio said 6-month-old Ky’air Thomas was not breathing at home. Two days later, the coroner’s office said the boy’s autopsy could take up to six months.

On Friday, the coroner’s Law&Crime delivered its final ruling on the child’s tragic death. He died of “sudden unexplained infant death syndrome with other significant illnesses”. Ky’air Thomas’ autopsy results show no foul play or trauma

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