No charges filed against Visalia daycare owner in case of 1-year-old's death

VISALIA, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Tulare County District Attorney's Office says it needs more information before prosecutors can file charges in the case of a one-year-old child who died Monday after allegedly being injured at a Visalia daycare center.

Police say on November 3, officers were called to Imagination Playhouse on Sunnyside Avenue.

They found the one-year-old girl unconscious. She was on life support at Valley Children's Hospital for three days, but police say she died on Monday.

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Amanda Taylor, the owner of Imagination Palace, turned herself in last Friday after she learned of a warrant for her arrest.

At this time, no charges will be filed against her.

"An incident as tragic and intricate as this requires a significant amount of information to make a decision to file charges. Unfortunately, we do not possess everything we need to make that decision at this time," assistant district attorney Dave Alavezos said in a news release.

Alavezos said prosecutors still need to review a full autopsy report, the girl's medical records from this incident and her prior medical history, and conduct a full review of witness statements before making a decision about filing charges.

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