Antonio Montezz Hudson, 48 of Rome, was arrested this week after he was accused of murdering his 3 year-old grandson.

Reports stated that the child died back on January 8, 2019 at an apartment on Ashland Park Blvd.

Reports added that Hudson failed to provide a “safe living environment” in which resulted in the death of the child.

An investigation was launched after Floyd County Coroner Gene Proctor said an autopsy revealed “a real bad toxicology report”.

According to Rome Police Chief Debbie Burnett, “the autopsy revealed the child had a controlled substance in his blood”.

Hudson is charged with murder, and two counts second degree cruelty to children.