Charges Dropped in Gainesville Toddler's Death
The mystery over how a 14-month old Gainesville boy, Ashton Enclarde, died is no more while his father will face no legal consequences. Investigators said Anthony Enclarde, while sleeping, rolled on top of the boy and caused severe injuries on a Sunday night in January. They said the father tried to get the boy help, wasn't under the influence of drugs, and there is no indication it was malicious.
"What you basically have is a tragic and unfortunate accident that should have never happened but there is not a chargeable offense under Florida statute that fits this particular situation," said State Attorney's Office Spokesperson Spencer Mann.
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