A teenage girl from Indiana is under accusation for trying to kill her baby niece. The 19-year-old girl crushed pills and added them in the baby’s milk bottle. Eventually, her mother discovered her plan, which pushed her to spend eight months running from the police. She is still on the run and, in case she gets caught, she will be held on a bail of $50,000.
The teen was mad at her brother still living with her and her mom
Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda devised an evil plan to murder the infant daughter of her brother, but several text messages disclosed her intentions. On January 12th, the 19-year-old girl sent several texts to her boyfriend, where she described her plan. She decided to crush several pills and add them in her baby niece’s milk bottle. The most disturbing part showed how she felt no remorse for doing such a horrible act.
Fortunately, her mother discovered what was about to happen just in time. The text messages were sent from a phone the two of them shared, so the woman could find out about her daughter’s evil plan. As a justification for the gruesome act, witnesses declared Sarai was mad that her brother, together with his fiancée and their baby daughter, were still living in the same house as her.
Sarai tried to poison her baby niece with nine pills of Excedrin
Later texts showed the excitement of the teen that someone took the bottle out of the fridge but, later, she expressed frustration at her baby niece still being alive. It’s still unclear if her boyfriend tried to stop her from doing such a deed, or he supported her. However, the two of them ran away together when Sarai’s plan was discovered, and are still fleeing from the police.
The toxicologists analyzed the poisoned bottle and found traces of nine crushed pills of Excedrin. Sarai’s mother had found it in the fridge soon after discovering the text messages and was worried about the baby. Fortunately, Sarai’s baby niece showed no signs of having been poisoned, so her grandmother intervened just in time.
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