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Detroit's mother charged with murder and torture after her 3-year-old son was found dead in the freezer

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Detroit's motherwas arrested for murder on Friday morning after police found her 3-year-old son dead in the freezer during her welfare check. I did. 

Azuradee France, 31, was arrested on Sunday and detained without bail for murder, torture, child abuse, and concealing the death of an individual. 

"The alleged facts of this case were astonishing even in a serious predicament. Our children were not only violent with guns, but alsomurders. They continue to be at risk from the alleged crimes, "in the house with them," Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy said in a statement. 

Azuradee France, 31, is accused of murdering her 3-year-old son. 

Azradi France, 31 years old blamed Killed her 3-year-old son who has been.  (Detroit Police Station)

Victims' relatives are Fox 2 Detroit, boys are blind, and more than 12 child protection services He said he was called. This year's time. 

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"She (mother) couldn't deal with it, and if you couldn't deal with it, we would all give him to us. "The relative told the local press. "He was the sweetest person. He was the sweetest person."

Chase, 3, has been identified by family members and neighbors as the little boy found dead and decomposing inside of a family's freezer on Friday. 

Chase 3 is a neighbor identified by the family and found a little boy dead and disassembling in the family's freezer on Friday.  (Fox 2 News Detroit)

 "It wouldn't be possible to find out without the police's intuition. Recognized as incorrect. Detroit Police Department Chief James White said at a press conference. 

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Several other children found in the house Police said they were taken to a local hospital for ahealth check 

FoxNews' Andrew Mark Miller contributed to this report. 

Paul Best is a FoxNews Digital reporter. ,Paul.best@fox.comand can be sent to Twitter (@KincaidBest).