Mom left 2 kids in hot car as punishment, police say
- Author: Phil Peters Jun 25, 2017,
Jun 25, 2017, 1:50
Upon her arrest Friday, the Parker County mother was charged with two counts of first-degree injury to a child causing serious bodily injury after her kids were found dead May 26. Randolph claimed she broke a window in an effort to get to the children, later identified by Tarrant county medical examiner's office as Juliet and Cavanaugh Ramirez.
According to investigators, when the 2-year-old refused to get out of the vehicle, Randolph closed the door and left them inside to teach them "a lesson," thinking that her daughter would be able to open the door when they wanted to leave, according to WFAA. Authorities say that the suspect admitted to locking the toddlers inside her vehicle on objective to teach them a lesson.
Investigators said she has changed her story multiple times, including once where she broke a auto window to make the incident look like an accident. "The defendant said that she broke the vehicle window to make it look like an accident".
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A Texas mother has been arrested for the deaths of her two toddlers who she said were left in a hot auto to teach the older child a lesson while the woman smoked marijuana and took a nap, authorities said. She fell asleep for two or three hours. Through multiple interviews with investigators over the past month, Randolph "created several variations of the events" of May 26, police said. She's now booked into the Parker County Jail with bond sent at $100,000.
Her two young kids died after she left them in a hot vehicle in May, and now a Texas mother is facing criminal charges.
A 16-month-old boy was also left in the vehicle, which likely reached a temperature of nearly 100 degrees while both children were inside. The children were unresponsive and Randolph said she broke a window to gain entry. Authorities later determined that the children died from extreme heat exposure. Randolph implicated herself again when she told investigators she later broke the auto window to make it look like an accident.