Kyle Seitz received a conditional discharge and was spared prison time and probation at his sentencing Thursday in Danbury Superior Court.
A Connecticut man accused of causing his 15-month-old son’s death by leaving the boy in a hot car has entered a plea that has led to his being deemed guilty.
Kyle Seitz turned himself in to Ridgefield town police on Tuesday after learning there was a warrant for his arrest, police said. He was charged with negligent homicide.
Homicide charges were filed against a Connecticut father Tuesday, after his 15-month-old son died in a hot car this past summer.
There was no immediate word from the state’s attorney’s office on whether the boy’s father, Kyle Seitz, will be charged.
The campaign follows the death of 15-month-old Benjamin Seitz. Police say his father was supposed to drop him off at day care but went to work and left him in the parked vehicle.