On 10-28-19, Cami Lee Moyer entered into a plea deal regarding the charges listed in the previous update.
Hernando County Judge Daniel B. Merritt Jr. adjudicated Moyer guilty of Murder in the Third Degree and Child Neglect.
Moyer was sentenced to 15 years in the Florida Department of Corrections.
UPDATE #3 – 10-09-18
Following a comprehensive review by the State Attorney’s Office, Cami Lee Moyer, W/F DOB/07-12-1980, was arrested Tuesday on charges of Murder in the Third Degree, Neglect of a Child Causing Great Bodily Harm and Child Neglect in the death of nine-month-old Keyton O’Callaghan.
She is currently being held at the Hernando County Detention Center on a no-bond status.
The investigation into the death of O’Callaghan is ongoing. There are no additional details available at this time.
As stated previously, the investigation into the death of nine-month-old Keyton O’Callaghan continues to be a priority for Hernando County Sheriff’s detectives.
At this time, HCSO detectives are awaiting results that were sent to the lab to be tested. The State Attorney’s Office (SAO) is now reviewing the case.
When said lab results are received, those also will be turned over to the SAO. There is no other information available at this time.
Update #1 – 09-20-18
The investigation into the death of nine-month-old Keyton O’Callaghan continues to be a priority for Hernando County Sheriff’s detectives.
All death investigations, especially those involving children and/or infants, are handled in a very thorough and methodical manner. Our detectives are committed to using every resource necessary to ensure this investigation is handled with the utmost attention to detail, given the circumstances surrounding this incident.
Once detectives have completed their fact-finding (investigation), the case will be turned over to the Office of the State Attorney (SAO).
Many of you have asked how long the infant was in the car. That is a very important part of this investigation, one that we are unable to provide a definitive answer to at the present time.
Rest assured, our detectives will leave no stone unturned as they investigate this case.
On 08-17-18 at approximately 11:16 a.m., Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies, along with Hernando County Fire Rescue, were dispatched to 12310 Elgin Boulevard in Spring Hill after 9-1-1 operators received a call of an infant who had just been removed from a hot car.
During the 9-1-1 call, a person on scene was providing CPR to the infant.
Upon arrival, deputies and fire rescue immediately began rendering aid to the infant.
The infant, in critical condition, was quickly transported to Oak Hill Hospital by Hernando County Fire Rescue. Deputies established a crime scene at the residence.
Preliminary investigation reveals that the infant, Keyton O’Callaghan W/M DOB/11-06-2017, had been in the care of his mother, Cami Lee Moyer W/F DOB/07-12-1980, since last night.
The infant was discovered in the car, in the driveway, by the father, Eric O’Callaghan W/M DOB/02-10-1986, just before the 9-1-1 call was placed this morning. O’Callaghan performed CPR on the infant until fire rescue arrived and took over.
Sadly, at 12:06 p.m., Keyton O’Callaghan was pronounced deceased by a physician at Oak Hill Hospital.