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Changes are being made for safety in light of Omarion Humphrey’s death

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GENESEE COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services now confirms multiple investigations are underway in the case of Omarion Humphrey - the missing nine year old found dead at Lake Callis Park on Friday after a nearly week long search.

DHHS is investigating Alternatives for Children and Families - the agency that placed Omarion - though no details are yet available.

The foster care agency itself is conducting its investigation of Omarion's foster mom Lulu Richardson's license - the results of which will then be shared with DHHS.

Over at Lake Callis, they're making changes, too.

Randy Stewart, who built the park, says precautions have been taken to make it even safer.

"We just re-established and moved our swimming lines in to six foot levels,” Stewart said. “So if you get outside them, of course you're going to be over your head."

Omarion went missing at the park while under the supervision of his foster mom.

Stewart reminds all visitors there are no lifeguards on duty - so use the park at your own risk.

"We are not babysitters for the kids. We're here to give you some place to come and have fun and enjoy yourself," Stewart said.

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