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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police have arrested an East Hills woman in connection with the April death of her baby daughter after tests showed fentanyl was in the girl’s sippy cup.

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Jhenea Pratt, 23, of the East Hills, will face criminal homicide and endangering the welfare of children charges following her arrest on Friday.

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Police say Pratt called 911 back on April 5 after finding her daughter, 17-month-old Charlette Napper-Talley, unresponsive.

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Officers performed CPR and medics rushed the child to Children’s Hospital where the little girl died.

According to police, fentanyl was found in Napper-Talley’s system and on her sippy cup, which was on the little girl’s bed.

(Source: Pittsburgh Police)

Pratt will be held in the Allegheny County Jail.

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