Special Prosecutor Scott Ellington
Thomas Naramore and Judge Wade Naramore
won't meet his self-imposed deadline of the end of this month to decide whether to file charges in the death of a Hot Springs child left inside a hot car in July 2015, KARK reports
Eighteen-month-old Thomas Naramore
died of heat-related causes apparently after being left in a car for an extended period on July 24, 2015. The child was the son of Garland County Circuit Judge Wade Naramore, who called 911 the day his son died. The family has said his death was accidental. Naramore has not been on the bench since his son died.
"My goal is to have it very soon, but I'm not going to set another deadline," Ellington told KARK
. He also said
, "Once this is over with...then you'll understand what I was dealing with."
Ellington, who lives in Jonesboro and is the prosecuting attorney for the 2nd Judicial District, was named special prosecutor last July.