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Bond set for 4 charged in 10-month-old baby's death

Photo Credit: Forrest County Jail Photo Credit: Forrest County Jail
LUMBERTON, MS (WDAM) -

Four people charged in the death of a 10-month-old baby made their initial appearances in court Wednesday afternoon. 

Kaily Csaszar, 22 of Lumberton, the child’s mother, was arrested Tuesday by Forrest County Sheriff’s Deputies in connection to the incident that happened Dec. 22, 2015, at a home on McKinley Lane.

Ryan Dykes, 28, boyfriend of Kaily was arrested late Tuesday afternoon by Forrest County Deputies in connection to the case. 

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Michelle Csaszar, 41, and Kelly Csaszar, 51, were also arrested Tuesday and charged with child neglect, contributing to the neglect and death of a child.

Charges and Bonds:

Kelly Csaszar, 51, - child neglect, contributing to the neglect, death of a child, bond set at $25,000

Michelle Csaszar, 41, - child neglect, contributing to the neglect, death of a child, bond set at $25,000

Kaily Csaszar, 22, - child neglect, contributing to the neglect, death of a child, bond set at $25,000

Ryan Dykes, 28, - child neglect, contributing to the neglect, death of a child, bond set at $25,000

Jada Freeman, the 10-month-old, was pronounced dead at Forrest General Hospital, according to Forrest County Deputy Coroner Lisa Klem.

“The investigation is still ongoing at this time, and some aspects of the case can’t be discussed at this time,” Calico said. “There will be more arrests to come in this case, and the investigation is still ongoing at this time.”

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