Police charge woman for baking her newborn daughter to death

 

Law enforcement agents have arrested and charged a 26-year-old mother in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States for baking her one-month-old daughter, Za’riah Mae to death.

Mariah Thomas was charged with endangering the life of a child after authorities discovered her lifeless daughter with severe burn injuries.

According to Daily Mail, law enforcement agencies responded to distress calls at Thomas’ residence in Kansas City on Friday, the day following her birthday, reporting an infant in distress.

Upon arrival, officers found the newborn suffering from extensive burns, her clothing fused to her skin, a tragic scene that left even the most seasoned professionals shaken.

A close friend of Thomas, speaking to DailyMail, described Za’Riah as a joyful baby, always wearing a smile.


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However, she hinted at possible mental health issues plaguing Thomas, suggesting they might have contributed to the horrific event.

According to Za’Riah’s grandfather, he received an alarming call from Thomas urging him to return home immediately due to an emergency concerning the baby.

Upon his return, a horrifying sight awaited him – Za’Riah, lifeless in her crib, allegedly placed there by Thomas in a tragic accident involving an oven.

Contrary to her portrayal as a devoted mother on social media, Thomas had previously expressed feelings of neglect, lamenting the lack of support for both her and Za’Riah.

She has been detained at the Jackson County Detention Center, where she awaited trial as the community grapples with the unthinkable tragedy that has shattered lives.


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