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Murder probe as four-week-old baby found dead at home – police launch 'complex' operation

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Ollie Davis, who was just four weeks old, was found dead in his home in Leicester on October 21, 2017. Leicestershire Police earlier today confirmed that two adults have been charged in relation to the incident. Michael Davis, 27, and Kayleigh Driver, 29, both from Leicester, were arrested six days after the police began their investigation into the infant's death.

The police have said that they have since carried out a "complex investigation" into the incident.

Davis and Driver have been charged with murder and causing or allowing the death of a child between October 9 and October 21, 2017.

They have also been charged with causing or allowing a child to suffer serious physical harm between October 9 and October 21, 2017.

In addition, the pair face two counts of grievous bodily harm with intent between October 9 and 21, 2017.

They were due to appear at noon today at Leicester Magistrates' Court.

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Upper Temple Walk, Beaumont Leys

Upper Temple Walk, Beaumont Leys, where Ollie Davis was found unresponsive (Image: Google)

Leicestershire Police said: "Two people have been charged with a murder following the death of a four-week-old baby in 2017.

"Kayleigh Driver, 29, and Michael Davis, 27, both of Carlisle Street, Leicester, will appear at Leicester Magistrates’ Court at 12pm today (Monday 25 October) charged with five offences.

"The charges related to the death of baby Ollie Davis, who was found unresponsive in his cot on the morning on 21 October 2017 at the then home address in Upper Temple Walk, Beaumont Leys.

"The two people were arrested on 27 October 2017.

"Since then, a complex investigation has been carried out."

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