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Mother Guilty For The Death Of Her Children In A Closed Car

Mother Guilty For The Death Of Her Children In A Closed Car
Mother Guilty For The Death Of Her Children In A Closed Car

Video: Mother Guilty For The Death Of Her Children In A Closed Car

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Video: Mother arrested in the deaths of her 3 young children in East L.A. 2023, January
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An Arizona mother pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and child abuse charges against her for the deaths of her two children who were found dead tied to their child seats in their car.

The young Brittany Velásquez, 22, agreed to reach an agreement with prosecutors before a trial was held, which was scheduled for mid-December. The judge will communicate the sentence to which she will be sentenced on February 10.

"He agreed to a stipulated 20-year term, followed by probation for life," prosecutor Shawn Jensvold confirmed to People. "You will not be eligible for [parole]."

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The young woman's children, a 2-year-old boy and a 10-month-old girl, were found dead in a car parked outside her home in March last year. According to the coroner, the children died from extreme exposure to the sun.

According to People, relatives of Velásguez assured that the young woman left the children and disappeared for several days. On several occasions the family called the police to express their concern for the children's well-being.

In a statement obtained by the magazine, the state Department of Children's Services confirmed that it received two complaints of apparent negligence, but that it found no evidence of abuse, so the case was closed.

In an interview with FOX10, Velásquez's brother described his sister as "deranged" and said he suffers from a mental disorder from a young age for which he refused to receive help.

"We tried. We beg the [child protection service] to take the children. We plead with the police. Nothing was happening. [It was] the only thing we could do. We could not kidnap the children. My grandparents let them stay at home. More than that, it was all we could do, now they are in a house, being fed, "said Vincent Velásquez.

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