The severely malnourished victim could barely walk when the child welfare officials removed her from the woman’s custody.
The accused boy killed his 8-year-old brother after the siblings picked up a fight when their parents left for work.
The parents had earlier made a public appearance seeking help to find their missing child.
Ashton Michel Willis was last seen Sunday with his non-custodial mother Ashley Nicole Bang and is believed to be in imminent danger.
The police found a pocket knife that was about 2.5 inches long near the infant's body.
The victim’s semi-clad body with a slit throat was found from a gully.
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The teenager killed his father by dropping a boulder on him while he was sleeping, but his mother was also hit and died.
Based on an initial investigation, the police have identified the body to be that of Tristyn Bailey who was reportedly missing since Sunday morning.
After the incident, Pushkar Sharma retrieved his wallet and keys from his room then went to the police station to confess to the crime.
The alleged abuse came to light after one of the victims reported the abuse to her husband who wanted to take their daughter to the monastery.
The boy's scalp and skull reportedly got separated in the incident.
The suspect was identified as Ray Reco McNeary.
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California Department of Justice tested the victim's bedsheet, which had not been washed since the abuse, and found multiple stains containing Raul Arroyo's DNA.
The woman wanted to give her son a "peaceful death" so she decided to inject him with insulin.
The mother, along with her husband, was previously charged with child abuse after the toddler’s body was found from a softball field.
An officer described the weapon used in the attack as "samurai-style" and showed it to the press.
For five years, Shelley Noreika gave false information to doctors about her daughter's illness, because of which the child received several unnecessary treatments.