The unnamed child has been charged with first-degree homicide after the six-month-old tot died at a daycare nursery in Wisconsin, US.
"She stated she was holding the child and that's when she dropped the child".
Accompanied by her parents, the girl buried her head in her mother's arms, moaning and crying throughout a 10-minute bond hearing Monday in Chippewa County Circuit Court, according to the Star Tribune.
The day after the boy's death, the girl "initially denied any intentional acts in harming the infant, but later confessed to her involvement", sheriff's officials allege. The suspect is now being held in the Chippewa County Jail on four counts of homicide while intoxicated.
It's been a long weekend for the community of Chippewa Falls after 3 Girl Scouts and one mother were killed in a hit-and-run Saturday morning.
After Saturday's fatal wreck, Treu went home and had someone else park the vehicle in the garage, the complaint says.
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Authorities are recommending 13 charges against Colten Treu, including four counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle. A judge set her bond at $50,000.
The victims were among seven children and five adults who were working in the ditches along the roadway.
Treu was huffing an air duster, according to prosecutors, and when the passenger noticed Treu veering, he corrected the steering wheel. When the two on duty Lake Hallie Officers arrived on scene, they learned that a black pickup truck struck 5 pedestrians and fled the scene.
Schneider said her daughter, granddaughter and grandson moved in with her a couple of years ago and they expected the house in the Town of Lafayette to be their "forever home".
A ten-year-old girl has been charged with killing a baby at a daycare centre in the US. One additional injured girl (age 10) is still hospitalized and is reported to be in stable condition at this time.
In a separate interview with The Associated Press, she said "Haylee would've never made it if she lost her mother". They quickly settled on the girl as the prime suspect, said Chippewa County Sheriff James Kowalczyk.