Mother, boyfriend sought in 4-year-year-old's death
Girl was found with severe burns
Police are searching for a woman and her boyfriend in connection with the death of a 4-year-old Michigan girl who was found with severe burns, WDIV reported.
Police said that the home where the girl was found with serious scald wounds was full of animal waste and contained guns and drugs.
The girl was found 10:43 a.m. Monday at the Rawsonville Woods Mobile Home community on Greenmeadow Drive. She was found unresponsive with "obvious" severe burns on her arms and legs. Family members were administering CPR.
The girl was rushed to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, where she was pronounced dead shortly after arrival.
Police records show that the incident wasn't the first time there was trouble at the home.
On May 20, 2016, officers stormed the house after a report of a barricaded gunman after a domestic assault.
The girl's mother told police that her boyfriend had beat her, shot her dog and shot himself in a suicidal outburst. Police said he then fled the home and was later arrested on domestic violence charges.
Police said the woman claimed she owned weapons that had been confiscated, including one that had the serial number filed off it. She pleaded guilty to weapons charges and received probation.