Mother left kids in hot auto, then smoked pot and slept

Mother left kids in hot auto, then smoked pot and slept

Mother left kids in hot auto, then smoked pot and slept

She admitted to police that she went back into the house, smoked marijuana and fell asleep for several hours, KTVT reports.

Investigator say Randolph finally confessed to first finding the kids playing in the vehicle.

Randolph faces two first-degree felony counts of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury.

During multiple interviews, however, Randolph's account of what happened kept changing, officials said.

Two toddlers died after being left in a hot vehicle by their mother who said she left them there to teach them a lesson.

At first, authorities say that the suspect told them that she was folding laundry while her children were outside playing.

When she later discovered the kids, Randolph broke a auto window "to make it look like an accident", according to the television station.

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The 25-year-old told investigators she'd been trying to teach her two-year-old daughter a lesson when she refused to come out of the auto when she was called.

The children were pronounced dead shortly after 4:30 p.m.

Randolph has been booked into the Parker Country Jail. After about an hour, she left the house to look for her children and found them locked inside the vehicle with her keys and cellphone.

She has been jailed and no bail has been set. Heatstroke begins when the body temperature reaches 104 degrees. Both children died of extreme heat exposure, according to authorities. Of those, three have been in North Texas, including the two Friday in Parker County. After approximately 20 to 30 minutes, she said she realized she had not heard the children playing for a while and noticed they were not in the enclosed back porch area any longer.

"When she woke, the defendant found her children in her vehicle, unresponsive", authorities added.

The children were identified as 1-year old Cavanaugh Ramirez, and 2-year old Juliet Ramirez.

Fowler said that any incidents involving any child are hard ones, but this call was especially heartbreaking because of the unfortunate deaths of the two children.

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