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February 14, 2008

Lee County -- A preliminary autopsy shows no signs of trauma on a four month old baby boy found dead Wednesday.

 Jace Hester was found not breathing in a crib in a bedroom of this house at 147 Dunaway Drive in Lee County. Agents are still awaiting toxicology and blood tests on the baby.

The house is owned by Earl and Ann Fuller. Mrs. Fuller is registered by the state as a family child care provider.

The baby's mother is 26 year old Amanda Allen of Albany, and the baby's father is 26 year old Joseph Hester, a soldier at Fort Benning. They were planning to marry this Saturday.

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