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USA | Natalie Broadwell | Woman arrested in California accused of beheading her 12- and 13-year-old children NNDC | The world

Arizona authorities announced this Wednesday the arrest of Natalie Bradwell, who is accused of killing two beheaded children at her home in Lancaster, USA.

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The 44-year-old is his wife Maurice Taylor Sr..He was the main culprit in the deaths of his 12-year-old son and 13-year-old daughter following a report of a gas leak discovered by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

According to , Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department a day later in Broadwell where prosecutors charged him with murder and felony.

A press release states that the woman was taken to a prison in Bima County, Arizona. California And his bail was estimated at one million dollars.

Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Maurice Taylor Sr. killed two children on Nov. 29 – in the 45000 block of Century Circle in Lancaster – until the morning of December 4, 2020. Children between the ages of 8 and 9 were forced to watch the show.

Moreover, prosecutors allege that the survivors had to stay in their rooms for several days without food.

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Taylor Sr., who worked as a personal trainer, has been charged with the murder of 12-year-old Maurice Taylor Jr. and 13-year-old Malaga. And for serious crimes such as child abuse in situations that cause serious injury or death to your other two children.

Maternal maternal grandmother, Debra BroadwellHe said his order predicted a very dangerous future after they lost contact with his daughter to start a new life in California. “Controlling the nephew”.

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About the invention, Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Paris said “This is so horrible” With signs of decapitated bodies “Knives and Wounds from the Knife”.

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