Alabama parents arrested after 3-year-old left in car for more than 12 hours found dead 08/12/2020 7:19 pm PDT Comments Franklin County via WHNT: FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) -- A 3-year-old child that died in a hot car over the weekend may have been left inside the vehicle the night before, according to Franklin County Sheriff Shannon Oliver. Sunday at about 4 p.m., the Franklin County Sheriff's Office received a call of an unresponsive 3-year-old in a car on Church Street in Hodges. Responding medical personnel pronounced the child dead at the scene. The sheriff's office said that according to the parents, the boy was last seen around midnight when they put him to bed, but when they woke up around 3 p.m., they were unable to locate the child, and then found him in a car. The boy's parents, 20-year-old Dakota Fowler and 21-year-old Brandi Burks were arrested and charged with manslaughter. They were held in the Franklin County Jail with bond set at $500,000 each. MORE: Sheriff shares new information in hot car death investigation - WHNT #Alabama #HotCar #HotCarDeath #Manslaughter #WHNT Related Stories Affidavit: Suspects told witness 'We're going in by force' in 7 murders case Woman arrested for drugs says brother fed her 'meth sandwich' Alabama mom gets life for suffocating 4-year-old daughter with pillow Missing mom update: Truck located in Florida, aunts reunite with toddler UPDATE: Dad arrested after kids found dead now released after video Teen girls charged with murder after body found in Alabama lake Aspiring porn actor awaiting rape trial arrested while out on bond Alabama mom gets 18 years for infant son's meth death Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.