Mother of a child, 2 years old, arrested after he was found dead in a hot car while she was taking a nap

Jaxon Stults was declared dead Wednesday night in Daleville

Authorities say a two-year-old boy died after being found unconscious inside a vehicle parked outside his home when it was hot in downtown Indiana.

Jaxon Stults, two, was pronounced dead Wednesday night in Daleville.

His mother, Britni Nicole Wihebrink, 28, is being held under the charge of negligence of a dependent. Court records do not include your lawyer.

Jaxon Stults was declared dead Wednesday night in Daleville

Jaxon Stults was declared dead Wednesday night in Daleville

When Wihebrink was asked how long her son had been in the car during the 911 call, she explained: "I have no idea. We took a nap … We woke up and he was there. "

His mother, Britni Nicole Wihebrink, 28, is in preliminary custody of a dependent's negligence

His mother, Britni Nicole Wihebrink, 28, is in preliminary custody of a dependent's negligence

His mother, Britni Nicole Wihebrink, 28, is in preliminary custody of a dependent's negligence

A neighbor claimed in his 911 call that the child had been inside the vehicle for "hours".

The first responders tried to resuscitate Stults but was pronounced dead while an ambulance was taking him to the IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, according to Star Press. When they arrived, CPR was performed on the child.

An autopsy is planned on Thursday. Zach Crouch, an assistant coroner from Delaware County, says the death was probably related to the heat.

The National Weather Service says Wednesday's high temperatures in the Daleville area exceeded 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) before cooling down later.

"Any child who is locked in a vehicle with a 90 degree climate for a certain time, heat will be a factor," said James King, Marshal of the city of Daleville.

When Wihebrink was asked how long her son had been in the car, she explained: "I have no idea, we took a nap ... We woke up and he was there"

When Wihebrink was asked how long her son had been in the car, she explained: "I have no idea, we took a nap ... We woke up and he was there"

When Wihebrink was asked how long her son had been in the car, she explained: "I have no idea, we took a nap … We woke up and he was there"

The National Weather Service says Wednesday's high temperatures in the Daleville area exceeded 90 degrees Fahrenheit

The National Weather Service says Wednesday's high temperatures in the Daleville area exceeded 90 degrees Fahrenheit

The National Weather Service says Wednesday's high temperatures in the Daleville area exceeded 90 degrees Fahrenheit

Crouch added that there were no signs of trauma or other injuries.

Daleville is about 40 miles (65 kilometers) northeast of Indianapolis.

Wihebrink is currently in the Delaware County Jail on Thursday with a $ 50,000 bail.

On Facebook, she appears on the list as a Tractor Supply Co. worker. She also seems to have an older son and appears in the photo with a man who is believed to be the father of the children.

On Facebook, she appears as a Tractor Supply Co. worker. She also seems to have an older son and appears in the photo with a man who is believed to be the father of children.

On Facebook, she appears as a Tractor Supply Co. worker. She also seems to have an older son and appears in the photo with a man who is believed to be the father of children.

On Facebook, she appears as a Tractor Supply Co. worker. She also seems to have an older son and appears in the photo with a man who is believed to be the father of children.

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