IRVING, Texas (AP) — A girl who known as 911 from the foyer of a suburban Dallas police division and stated she had killed her two younger daughters has been charged with two counts of capital homicide, police stated Tuesday.
Irving police say Madison McDonald, 30, was arrested and charged within the slayings of her two daughters, Archer Hammond, 6, and Lillian Mae McDonald, 1.
Police stated Madison McDonald walked into the Irving Police Department at about 10 p.m. Monday and used the cellphone of their foyer to name 911.
Police stated officers went to her condominium and located each ladies useless.
Police spokesman Officer Robert Reeves stated that McDonald believed she killed the ladies by smothering, however the health worker’s workplace will decide the reason for demise.
He stated they have been nonetheless making an attempt to find out what led to McDonald killing her youngsters.
“We might not ever know the why because there’s not going to be a definition or a reason that would ever justify the murder of two small children,” Reeves stated.
McDonald was being held in Irving jail on no bond. Jail data don’t listing an legal professional for McDonald who might touch upon the allegations.
Reeves stated police had been to McDonald’s condominium beforehand however that he couldn’t give particulars as a result of nature of the calls “and the privacy that’s required by those.”