Texas mom arrested after children die in hot car

Posted June 26, 2017

The children were later found dead locked inside the auto.

Cynthia Marie Randolph, 25, faces charges of first-degree felony counts of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury, according to the Park County Sheriff's Office.

The incident happened in late May, when she initially told police the children locked themselves inside the vehicle.

A Texas mother of two was jailed Saturday after cops say she left her kids in hot vehicle where they died.

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The child refused to obey her order so she chose to shut the door and lock it to teach Juliet a lesson, convinced that her 2-year old could just open the doors and get out with her brother when she grew exhausted of playing inside.

Randolph admitted she went back into the house, smoked marijuana, and fell asleep for two to three hours.

Unfortunately, as the North Texas temperatures soared to the mid-90s and Randolph reportedly said she went inside to smoke marijuana, little Juliet was not able to escape the vehicle with her brother.

"Please send a thank you to [the] Parker County Sheriff's Office and the Texas Rangers from the Ramirez family", the children's father said in a statement to CBS DFW.

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While many parents have accidentally left their children in hot cars that have resulted in their deaths, this case may prove to be problematic for prosecutors.

In 2017 alone, 13 children have died from being locked inside cars and suffering heat stroke, according to San Jose State University professor Jan Null.

Sheriff Larry Fowler said in May that any incidents involving any child are hard, but this call was "especially heartbreaking" with the unfortunate deaths of the two children, CBS DFW reports.

After noticing the children were missing, she went searching for them and found them in the auto. After she found her children unresponsive, she called the authorities, who arrived on the scene at around 4 p.m.

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In multiple interviews, officials say Randolph created several variations of the events. She even broke the window to rescue them. The children were found unresponsive and later died before medical personnel could save them. No bond has been set.