Parker County Mother Charged in Deaths of Children Found in Hot Car

Texas mom arrested after 2 children die in hot car during ‘lesson

Texas mom arrested after 2 children die in hot car during ‘lesson

Police said Cynthia Randolph was trying to teach her two-year-old toddler daughter Juliet Ramirez a lesson for not coming out of the vehicle when she was the called, when Juliet and her 16-month-old brother Cavanaugh Ramirez died.

Ms Randolph is now facing two felony charges of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury.

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The incident happened at Ms Randolph's home near Lake Weatherford, the Parker County Sheriff's office says.

Over several interrogations, police were able to see through Randolph's changing story.

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Cynthia Randolph, 24, was being held on Saturday on $200,000 bail for the deaths of her 16-month-old son and 2-year-old daughter last month, Danie Huffman, a spokeswoman for the Parker County Sheriff's Office, said in an email.

The two-year-old girl and 16-month-old boy died as temperatures reached about 35C in Texas, US, on May 26. According to the police, the mother also made up lies to make the her children's deaths look like an accident. The children died after spending several hours in the vehicle. CBS Local stated that Randolph implicated herself in the deaths of her children during an interview with Texas Rangers and the U.S. Department of Justice Inspector General. After she found her children unresponsive, she called the authorities, who arrived on the scene at around 4 p.m. Randolph told police that she found her children unresponsive after being locked inside a vehicle, according to FOX4 News in Dallas. She claimed that she broke one of the car's windows to try to save them.

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San Jose State University professor Jan Null, who works with the National Safety Council, has said that up to 13 children have died this year from heat strokes after being left in hot cars. A bond has not been set, and we don't know whether or not she's hired an attorney. Randolph said she had been folding laundry and watching television in her rural home west of Fort Worth while the two played in a back porch.

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