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Baby found dead in home, mother arrested

On Friday, February 2, 2024 at approximately 10pm, Campbellsville Police and Campbellsville-Taylor County EMS received a call of a 6-month old female not breathing.

EMS and Campbellsville Police arrived on scene and located a deceased 6-month old female.

After an investigation involving Campbellsville Police, Taylor County Coroner, and Cabinet for Health and Family Services, 24-year-old Haley Jade Fisher of Campbellsville was arrested and charged with the following:


Criminal Abuse 1st Degree-Child 12 or Under

Manslaughter 1st Degree

Wanton Endangerment 15 Degree

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Agencies Involved: Campbellsville Police, Campbellsville Taylor-County EMS. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, and Taylor County Coroner's Office

Investigating Officers: Det. Jeremy Burton

Approving Supervisor: Chief Shannon Wilson


This story was posted on 2024-02-07 08:51:30
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