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NEW DETAILS: Police Release Name of Toddler Who Was Killed in Missaukee County

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Police are investigating the suspicious death of a toddler in Missaukee County.

Tuesday at 9:30 AM, the Missaukee County Sheriff's Office was notified by Cadillac Mercy Hospital that a dead toddler arrived in the Emergency Room.

Police identified the child as 14-month-old Payton Disbrow.

Deputies are investigating the home on Forward Road near the Village of Falmouth.

The death is being treated as suspicious at this time.

An autopsy was conducted and police are currently waiting for the results.

Stay with 9&10 News for the latest updates on this situation.

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