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 Cmdr. Joseph Branson
Taylor Police Department

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 19, 2018 

***UPDATE***

 

Today an autopsy was performed by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office on both victims.  The preliminary results indicate that the two deaths are considered accidental pending the toxicology report.  Therefore the deaths are no longer being viewed as suspicious.  The correct spelling of the baby’s last name is Seely.

 

Mother, Baby Found Dead After House Fire

 

TAYLOR, Texas – A mother and her eight-month-old baby were found dead after a fire at their residence, 2006 Brewers Place in Taylor. Amy N. Baylor, 30, and Aleigha Sealey, 8 months, were found dead in the bedroom of the home by Taylor Firefighters who were putting out the fire. The Taylor Fire Department was responding to an unrelated medical call when they observed smoke coming from the residence.

 

The firefighters diverted from the medical call and went directly to that residence. The Firefighters breached the front door of the home and located the bodies of Baylor and Sealey.

 

 The Taylor Police Department has initiated an investigation, along with the assistance of the Texas Rangers, the State Fire Marshall’s Office, Williamson County Crime Scene Unit, and the Taylor Fire Department.  At this point in the preliminary investigation the Taylor Police Department is considering this a suspicious death.

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