An unlicensed day care in Carmel has been shut down after an infant died and two caregivers tested positive for drugs.
The move comes after a 5-month-old infant was found not breathing in a broken collapsible crib during day care hours Jan. 24.
Day care owner Stacey Cox and employee Kirsten Phillips, who is Cox's daughter, were supposed to be watching the infant at the time, and both tested positive for marijuana later that day.
Police say that there area documented problems at the day care that date back to September 2012.
A hearing is set for next week. Indiana Family and Social Services Administration cracked down on 51 day cares last year, revoking licenses for 34 licensed homes, six licensed centers and revoked registrations for 11 ministries.