Baby Death Suspect No Longer Electronically Monitored

NewsChannel 10
By KFDA News Desk

Amarillo, Texas - A man accused of taking part in the death of a three year old Amarillo boy will no longer have to wear an electronic ankle transmitter.

47th District Attorney Randall Sims says a judge ruled Tuesday morning that 18 year old Alan Adame no longer needed to be electronically monitored. Back in February of this year, three month old Miraculous Manriquez-Fuentes was found dead inside an Amarillo home.

Adame, the mother's boyfriend, is charged with Injury to a Child by Omission and Serious Bodily Injury. The mother is also charged with Injury to a Child with Serious Bodily Injury.