But after changing her story she is being held on suspicion of two counts of causing serious bodily injury to a child.
It added that Randolph told officers that she went inside the home, smoked marijuana and fell asleep for several hours.
During her final interview, Randolph admitted that she was really the one who locked her children inside the vehicle on that 96-degree Fahrenheit afternoon, but it was only to teach her kids a lesson. She said when she observed they were not there, she went searching for them and found them about a half-hour later locked in the auto. The temperature was reported to reach 96 degrees on May 26. A previous Go Fund Me page that had raised approximately $7,000 for funeral costs and more has stopped taking donations since word of Randolph's arrest.
According to documents from the Parker County Sheriff's Department, the mum initially told the police that she had made an attempt to save her children.
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Two young siblings died after their mother allegedly left them in a hot vehicle for three hours as punishment.
The youngsters were unresponsive and Randolph said she broke a window to gain entry.
The child refused to obey her order so she made a decision 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.
According to a campaign called No Heat Stroke, there have been 714 cases of children dying after they were left in hot cars since 1998, and 14 children have died so far this year alone. This bill requires all new cars to come equipped with a device that alerts the owner of the vehicle if the child is left behind after the auto is shut off. I'm a good bro, too.