Mother Calls 911, Says The Unthinkable - Dispatchers Immediately Send Police

A Wisconsin mother is accused of suffocating her son to death with a plastic bag . Katlyn Kinateder, 27, is charged with one count of first-degree intentional homicide, and one count of moving, hiding, burying the corpse of a child, according to FOX 6.

"It’s always distressing when a two-year-old...children are among the most vulnerable in society. And adults are supposed to protect them, not kill them," Sheboygan County District Attorney Joe DeCecco said.

When police arrived after Kinateder called 911 to report that she killed her son, she was found in her apartment holding a knife and refusing officers commands. She eventually complied and then was tased and taken into custody. The child was found in a hallway closet in a cardboard box stacked with two other boxes.

Kinateder told police she had "lost my mind" and wanted to die and admitted to the crime and that she wanted police to "shoot her dead,” which is why she had the knife. She reportedly told police she felt "lost" after she stopped taking her anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medication. She is expected to plead not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.

"What that means is, mental health professionals have to determine whether she does suffer from mental disease or defect and in addition, that that particular condition either prevented her at the time she did this from knowing right from wrong or from controlling her behavior," DeCecco said.

Source: Fox 6
Photo: Mad World News

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