HARLEM, NY (PIX11) –  After a year and a half, investigators have deemed a Manhattan toddler’s death a homicide due to a drug overdose, police said on Friday.

Mariya Huebler, 2, was found unconscious in her home on Hamilton Place in Harlem on June 7, 2021, around 11:40 p.m. after police received a 911 call. First responders transported the toddler to Mount Sinai Saint Luke’s Hospital, where she was declared dead, authorities said.

New York City’s medical examiner determined Huebler died of acute intoxication of methadone and ruled the toddler’s death a homicide.

Huebler’s mother was questioned at the time of her death, police said. It is likely she will be questioned again now that the cause and manner of death have been confirmed, police said.

Investigators have made no arrests, as of Friday. The investigation is ongoing. 

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