Cohoes cops investigating paternity of dead infant

Posted On: Dec 6, 2019   |   Posted By: Times Union

COHOES - Police are investigating whether the man arrested in connection with the death of a 6-week-old boy was the boy's biological father, as he has claimed.
The infant, Eli Ojeda-Harmon, died this week after apparently ingesting methamphetamine. Anthony Ojeda, 38, has been accused of manslaughter in connection with the child's death.
The infant was under the supervision of the Rensselaer County Child Protective Services, city police said Thursday.
As part of their investigation, police have interviewed Nathan Milligan, who told the Times Union he has two children with the dead infant's mother. In an interview, Milligan said that he was not the dead baby's father. He said that the biological parents both have substance abuse issues.
Police said the agency inspected the Van Vechten Street apartment before and right after the baby was placed there to live with Ojeda and his partner.

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