A state review of the 2008 death of a 20-day-old Fort Collins boy “got dropped along the line somewhere,” a Department of Human Services spokeswoman told 9News on Tuesday. The infant, Chad Munoz, was under some level of DHS supervision when he died in January 2008 of head injuries. His father, Juan Munoz, was convicted last year of reckless manslaughter and is serving a nine-year-prison sentence. State law requires that county and state officials conduct a “child fatality review” whenever a child under state supervision dies. The purpose is to promptly identify and correct any mistakes so they are not repeated. DHS started but never completed the review of Chad Munoz’s death, McDonough acknowledged Tuesday.