Pennsylvania

Pa. infant who died suddenly was starved and poisoned, investigator says

Anthony Dinozzo-Snyder died in a home in the in the 600 block of South 17 1/2 Street, the coroner says.

Anthony Dinozzo-Snyder died in a home in the in the 600 block of South 17 1/2 Street, the coroner says.  (Google Street View)

An eastern Pennsylvania coroner says an infant who died suddenly in December had been poisoned and starved.

The Berks County coroner issued those findings Thursday in the death of 3 1/2-month-old Anthony Dinozzo-Snyder.

Emergency crews found the boy unresponsive when they were called to a home in Reading on Dec. 7.

The Berks County district attorney and Reading police have not commented on the coroner's findings, except to say an investigation is continuing.

Nobody has been charged in the baby's death so far.