Detroit's mother after police found the rotting body of her blind 3-year-old son packed in a freezer. Was charged with murder and torture at their home.
Azradi France, 31, was hit by a series of accusations over the death of her little boy, Chase Allen, on Sunday,Detroit News reported.
Chase's body was found in his home underground freezer last Friday. After police and child services have been called in to carry out a boy's welfare check.
The coroner has determined that the boy's death was a murder, but details of how he was killed have not been revealed.
It wasn't immediately clear when Chase died or when his body was put in the freezer.
When police and child services entered the house last week, they also found her other five children living in filth.
The five surviving children were taken to the hospital for evaluation. I did.
France was charged with felony murder, first-class child abuse, torture, and concealment of the death of an individual, said Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy.
"The alleged facts in this case surprised even those who were terribly exhausted," Worthy said. "Our children continue to be at risk not only from gun violence, but also from the murderers who allegedly live with them."
The accused murderer's mother, Toni Haynes, said she and other family members had previously had a child service about her daughter. They warned, but they went and inspected and "returned the child to her immediately".
She said she had previously said that France began to live with her paternal grandfather's girlfriend after the murdered boy burned a plate of noodles. Stated.