LOS ANGELES (AP) — An East Los Angeles lady was accused Wednesday of killing her three youngsters, including a child, recently.
Sandra Chico, 28, showed up in court yet an appointed authority delayed until the following month her arraignment on three tallies every one of homicide and attack on a youngster causing demise.
Her bail sum was raised from $2 million to $6 million.
“In a moment, three guiltless youngsters were taken from us and we are disheartened,” Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón said in an articulation. “Nothing is more shocking than the awful treachery of a parent neglecting to secure their kids.”
The youngsters were discovered dead in a room of their home on Monday. Specialists have said there were no undeniable indications of injury and specialists hadn’t been called to the home by any past difficult situations.
The indictment articulation didn’t determine the reason for death. Notwithstanding, relatives have said Chico experienced discouragement and that she choked out them and afterward attempted to commit suicide, KABC-TV revealed.
Chico was at first kept, and specialists declared her capture on Tuesday.
The coroner’s office distinguished the kids as Mia Camila Rodriguez, 4, and her siblings Mason Mateo Rodriguez, 3, and Milan Mateas Rodriguez, who was multi month old.