Baby found in Myrtle Beach hotel room with cocaine dies 08/28/2019 4:37 pm PDT Comments WGHP / Horry County via WGHP: MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WGHP) -- An infant found unresponsive in a Myrtle Beach hotel room with cocaine has died, WMBF reported. The child was found at the Camelot by the Sea at 2000 N. Ocean Blvd. Sunday and was taken to a hospital in critical condition. The infant died Tuesday morning. Police allegedly found a white substance that was later confirmed to be cocaine near the child's bottle. Geames Kena Ratliff, 37, and Laquena Lanishia Bostic, 32, were previously arrested on drug and child neglect charges in connection to the case, according to WMBF. MORE: Baby found in Myrtle Beach hotel room with cocaine dies - WGHP #ChildNeglect #Cocaine #Drugs #MyrtleBeach #SouthCarolina #WGHP Related Stories Man gets life for impregnating 10-year-old in South Carolina Deputies test bird poop for cocaine, arrest college football player Former police chief blames brain tumor for bank robbery Hot car death: 13-year-old girl with special needs dies in vehicle South Carolina deputy arrested for allegedly soliciting child for sex Hot car death suspect's daughter arrested for leaving kids in car: Police Who killed Amber Berbiglia? Police, family seek clues in cold case TCDPOD: Wife found after ex killed in shootout; 1 family, 3 hot-car arrests Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.