“There is no confirmation of any wrongdoing,” Levorchick said. “There was no solid indication that there was any wrongdoing.”
The Lucas County coroner’s office finished the autopsy of Corbin Bragg on Thursday, but detectives will wait on toxicology results before closing the investigation.
“Until that comes back, nothing can be conclusive,” Levorchick said.
Corbin was home with his father Tuesday morning when he stopped breathing and his dad called 911. He was later pronounced dead at Magruder Hospital.
Detectives immediately launched an investigation, which is standard in the death of a young child.