911 call expelled in case of toddler who drowned in pool

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. – The 911 calls done after a 3 year-old child drowned in a pool on Memorial Day have been expelled by police.

CBS associate WGCL reports that two calls were done by neighbors after they detected the boy’s physique routine in the pool.

On one call, a lady can be listened revelation the user “he’s not breathing” and following instructions to try to transparent the child’s mouth and start chest compressions: “Come on baby breathe, breathe, baby,” says the woman.


Bobbie Jessica Prather

But it was too late to save the toddler.

The boy’s mother, 32-year-old Bobbie Prather, is charged with transgression murder and 4 depends of cruelty to children. She done her first justice coming on Wednesday and a judge denied her bond in the case. A sheriff’s dialect orator pronounced that the charges also branch from “the conditions of the home and the sourroundings they were being lifted in.”

WGCL reports that there were 3 other children in the home who were all taken into protecting custody. The other children were a 4-year-old child and two twin 1-year-old boys. Prather allegedly left the children unattended for some-more than 14 hours but food. It is misleading what Prather was doing at the time she left the children alone.

The father of the 3-year-old child, Douglas Settles, was also arrested on warrants separate to the case. Investigators have not ruled out charging him in his son’s death.

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