(KUTV)- Provo police say the investigation into the death of a 4-month-old baby girl is not over even though one man is behind bars.
Cameron Willingham, the mother's boyfriend, was booked into the Utah County Jail Wednesday on suspicion of child abuse homicide.
Family members say they are absolutely devastated, and believe there's more to baby Nevaeh's death.
“She's just a sweet little, the chubbiest cheeks, she was just beautiful.” Kenneth Brown said. Brown told 2News he only got to meet his step grand-daughter 4-month old baby Nevaeh once, “I was frustrated because we didn't have much access to her because of her mother and her lifestyle."
Wednesday morning, Provo Police were called to the scene of a home near the 2000 S block of Nevada Avenue Monday for a baby not breathing. The 4-month-old was flown to Primary Children's and died at the hospital.
Sgt. Nisha King, with the Provo Police Department said, “It was found that she had serious head and neck injuries as well as abdominal injuries."
“Through the investigation, probable cause was obtained and determined that he was involved in these injuries that Nevaeh sustained,” King said. “The investigation will continue and detectives will look for more evidence.”
Patrica Perkins, Nevaeh's step great grandma, was at the hospital when Nevaeh passed away, “Don't ever want to see that again to happen to any babies,” she said. Both Perkins and Brown believe there's more to this story.
“That baby was being mistreated the whole time. That's why I feel there’s got to be more justice done. If she knew ribs were broken they would have taken the baby to the hospital and been responsible, then this probably wouldn't have happened, but they didn’t,” Perkins said.
“I am sickened and angered, but I am glad that this guy is behind bars. I hope that the police find that there are other people involved that knew more about what was going on and that they go to jail as well,” Brown said.