A North Carolina couple faces murder charges after their 16-month-old baby, Ivy Clay, died from fentanyl poisoning, WBTV reported Monday.

On February 7, Catawba County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a Newton home for an unresponsive baby. Ivy was pronounced dead at the scene. During the investigation, her father, Lucas Shayne Scronce, was arrested for alleged opium trafficking after deputies discovered drugs in the home he shared with Ivy and her mother, Jennifer Denise Clay.

An autopsy on June 18 confirmed Ivy’s death resulted from fentanyl exposure and was ruled a homicide. Investigators believe Ivy ingested fentanyl found in the house. Both parents are being held without bond, though Scronce initially received a $300,000 secured bond for the trafficking arrest.

Catawba County Sheriff Donald Brown II stated, “Ivy’s needless and tragic death further demonstrates the deadly effects of fentanyl. We have asked our District Attorney to hold Ivy’s parents fully accountable for her murder. We are seeking justice for Ivy.”