Zephyrhills police investigating toddler death

- Police are investigating what they're calling a suspicious death of an 18-month-old boy.

They were called out to a home on Apollo Street just after 4:30 a.m. Saturday.  Officers found Sebastian Lieb on his back in the front entrance of the home while a woman was attempting CPR on the child.

Lieb died a short time later.  The cause of death is unknown at this time.

Angela Burghy and Kimberly Culp were arrested on drug charges and are currently being interviewed for their involvement.

Culp is Lieb's cousin and legal guardian.  Police say his parents are in jail out of state. 

Court records in Ohio show Burghy lost custody of two of her biological children due to drug use and ongoing mental health issues. 

Neighbor George Serrano says Lieb was found unresponsive several months before.  Serrano says he gave the toddler CPR and revived him, but noticed the child was bleeding from his mouth and nose.

According to Serrano, Burghy said the child had choked on popcorn. 

Police say charges related to the toddler's death are possible for the women, pending the outcome of the autopsy.

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