Christian Cookmeyer Obituary, Death – The child, who was just four months old when found comatose in a hotel room in Biloxi, has reportedly passed dead, according to the announcement made by the coroner for Harrison County, Brian Switzer. The county that the hotel room was in was Harrison County. After getting a complaint about the child on Saturday, officers from the Biloxi Police Department responded to a call regarding the child after receiving the complaint.
They investigated the situation and determined that Christian Angel Cookmeyer was the one who had been watching over the infant. The allegations that have been brought against him have been upgraded to the level of capital murder, as stated by Judge Nick Patano of the Harrison County Court. At the past, they were for knowingly putting a child’s safety in jeopardy through illegal activity. Today, the mother of the child made the news on Facebook that her daughter, Maddison-Jaide, has “gained her wings” and is now free to fly.
She said that this marks the beginning of a new chapter in their lives. In a piece that is entirely devoted to her offspring, she writes these words: “It was an honor to both come to know you and bring you up.” The newborn was transported to the New Orleans Children’s Hospital for treatment of skull fractures as well as bleeding on the brain after being found to be unresponsive. The city of New Orleans is home to a medical facility.
When she finally left, it was only a few minutes before the clock struck four in the afternoon. The family of Madison-Jaide has requested for prayers from the community as they go through this difficult time. Please remember them in your prayers and keep them in your thoughts. On Tuesday, the 20th of December, they are planning to hold a ceremony close to the Biloxi Lighthouse where they will release balloons as part of the event.