The child’s father was taken into custody on suspicion of torture and assault on a child resulting in death.
The suspect's 2-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son were not wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.
A preliminary investigation conducted into the incident revealed that the boy “had been subjected to severe abuse."
The man’s wife, along with her 20-year-old son and the minor daughter, strangled him to death using a cable wire.
The family says they just want the urn returned.
The police said such incidents are rare but not unusual in cases where victims are in close proximity to each other.
The suspect who became "very irate," allegedly grabbed the living room television and threw it at her mother.
The suspect covered the victim's face with a pillow to silence her drug-induced cries while she was on her schizophrenic episode after the couple consumed psychotropic mushroom.
"I love you, Today, tomorrow and always," the suspect wrote about her wife on Facebook.
The accused forced the minor victim from her apartment, choked her using a cord, and threatened her to withdraw her statements.
“The defendant's boyfriend allegedly participated in the crime and had complained about her crying like a little b---h,” Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz said.
According to the prosecutors, the bag had blood on it and the victim suffered cuts to his face.
The mother said she felt her children are not going to contribute to society so it’s better they die.
The man owed money to the Russian mafia. He was coordinating a drug deal at the Stuart Cramer High School when the couple drove by the area.
According to the prosecutors, the doctor confessed to killing his wife during an altercation between the two when he was drunk.
According to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s office, a preliminary investigation pointed out the man was killed before his son and grandson were found dead May 15.
Firefighters from the Kill Devil Hills Fire Department responded to the 200 block of Pine Grove Trail early Sunday and found a converted apartment building engulfed in flames.
Out of the 48 mixed-breed dogs that were inside the vehicle, 14 of them died in the crash.
The infant was later found unharmed at his maternal grandmother's home.
When the deputies approached the seller’s vehicle, occupied by three persons, the driver sped away from the scene.