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Crime Aunt arrested after niece and nephew's bodies found in her car

02:16  01 august  2021
02:16  01 august  2021 Source:   cnn.com

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A Baltimore woman is facing multiple charges, including child abuse resulting in death, after police found the remains of her 7-year-old niece and 5-year-old nephew in her car late Wednesday, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.

(NEXSTAR) – Police arrested the 33-year-old aunt of two children who were found dead inside of her vehicle during a traffic stop in Maryland Wednesday night, police said. The woman, identified as Nicole Johnson, had temporary custody of her niece , 7-year-old Joshlyn Johnson, and nephew , 5-year-old Larry Investigators say Johnson admitted she had been driving around with her niece ’ s body in the car for more than a year, according to documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun. She allegedly put the girl’ s dead brother next to her in May of this year. “This truly was a devastating incident – one that not

A Baltimore woman is facing multiple charges, including child abuse resulting in death, after police found the remains of her 7-year-old niece and 5-year-old nephew in her car late Wednesday, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.

a person looking at the camera: Nicole Michelle Johnson, 33, of Baltimore is facing multiple charges in connection with the deaths of her niece and nephew, according to the Baltimore County Police Department. © Baltimore County Police Department Nicole Michelle Johnson, 33, of Baltimore is facing multiple charges in connection with the deaths of her niece and nephew, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.

Nicole Michelle Johnson, 33, of Baltimore, was arrested on Thursday and charged with two counts each of first-degree felony child abuse, first-degree felony child abuse resulting in death; misdemeanor neglect of a minor; misdemeanor failure to report the death of a child; and the unauthorized burial of a body as a misdemeanor, court records show.

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BALTIMORE (AP) — A 33-year-old Maryland woman with temporary custody of her young niece and nephew has been charged with child abuse that resulted in their deaths after officers found their severely malnourished bodies stuffed in the trunk of her car , according to charging documents. A Friday police statement said the two dead children are siblings and Nicole Johnson, 33, was their aunt . They identified the youngsters as Joshlyn Johnson, 7, and Larry O’Neil, 5. A statement of probable cause said the severely decomposed body of the girl was found to weigh just 18 pounds.

Aunt is charged with child abuse after she was caught driving around with the decomposing bodies of her niece , 7, and nephew , 5, for months before bragging to cops she would be making her 'big debut' on the news. Nicole Johnson, 33, of Baltimore, Maryland, is accused of stuffing the body of Joshlyn Johnson, 7, in a suitcase in the trunk of her car in May 2020. Johnson told police Joshlyn died when she became angry with her and hit her several times, causing her to fall and hit her head. Joshlyn' s brother Larry Darnell O'Neal, 5, then allegedly died this May. Johnson said she then shoved his

"The entire Baltimore County Police Department grieves with the community over the "unspeakable deaths of two innocent children," Police Chief Melissa Hyatt said following Johnson's arrest. "The investigation into this atrocious crime will not stop until those responsible are brought to justice."

Johnson remains held on a no-bail status, court documents show. A preliminary hearing is set for August 27.

CNN has reached out to the public defender representing Johnson but have not heard back.

According to charging documents filed with Johnson's charges, officers pulled Johnson over for speeding around 11 p.m. on Wednesday and found she had neither license nor insurance, and that she was using a fake temporary tag. The officers advised that Johnson report to the district court in five days and that they were going to tow her car, according to the documents.

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A Baltimore woman was arrested after cops found the starved and decomposing bodies of her niece and nephew in the trunk of her car during a traffic stop, police said Friday. Nicole Johnson, 33, was charged with first-degree child abuse resulting in death after Thursday’ s gruesome discovery, Baltimore County Police announced. According to charging documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun, Johnson was pulled over just after 11 p.m. for allegedly driving without a license, and with fake temporary tags and registration.

(WDVM) — The Baltimore County Police Department has arrested and charged 33-year-old Nicole M. Johnson, in connection to the deaths of her niece and nephew , 7-year-old Joshlyn Johnson and 5-year-old Larry O’Neil. Police say the two children that were found are siblings. The bodies of the two children were discovered Wednesday evening during a traffic stop on Eastern Boulevard near Wagners Lane in Essex. Johnson is facing several charges that include first-degree child abuse that resulted in the death of a child under the age of 13.

Johnson then stated, "It don't matter, I won't be here in five days" and "y'all going to see me on the news, y'all going to see on the news making my big debut," according to the documents.

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Their bodies were discovered Wednesday evening during a traffic stop on Eastern Boulevard near Wagners Lane in Essex. (WDVM) — The Baltimore County Police Department has arrested and charged 33-year-old Nicole M. Johnson, in connection to the deaths of her niece and nephew , 7-year-old Joshlyn Johnson and 5-year-old Larry O’Neil. Police say the two children are siblings.

ESSEX, Maryland (WJZ) — A Baltimore woman faces multiple charges, including two counts of child abuse resulting in death, after the decaying remains of her young niece and nephew were found in the trunk of her car during a traffic stopped Wednesday night in Essex. Baltimore County Police said an officer arrested Nicole Johnson late Wednesday night in Essex. Police said when the officer told the 33-year-old that the car had to be towed because the labels were fake, the officer “detected the characteristic smell of decomposition.” READ MORE: Bodies of 5-year-old boy and

Johnson then retrieved items from the trunk of her car, including a maggot-filled clear trash bag with a strong "decomposition odor" and a black and yellow plastic tote, according to the documents.

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The officer asked Johnson to open the clear trash bag, which she eventually did, revealing a suitcase that Johnson claimed contained blankets, the documents said. Johnson attempted to use the blanket to conceal the contents of the suitcase but officer told her to remove the blanket and she did, "exposing the decomposing body of a young child," according to the documents.

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At his point, Johnson attempted to flee but was quickly caught, the document said. Officers then opened the plastic tote bag and found another plastic bag containing the remains of another child.

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The bags contained the remains of two siblings, which police said were Johnson's niece and nephew, 7-year-old Joshlyn Johnson and her 5-year-old brother, Larry O'Neil. Police noted that it will take some time to determine the cause of death and the Maryland state medical examiner has not yet responded to CNN's inquiry.

Johnson told detectives that she hit the girl several times for "misbehaving," causing her to fall and hit her head on the floor, according to the documents. Johnson then stowed the girl's body in a suitcase and carried it around for months.

She also told detectives that she'd seen blood on the Larry's leg two months ago and that he never woke up after saying he was tired, after which she placed him in the plastic tote which she later placed in the trunk with his sister. It is not clear when the boy's body was moved to the car. An autopsy found that Joshlyn weighed 18 pounds and the Larry weighed 21 pounds, according to the documents.

Johnson had custody of the children since 2019 after her sister, Dachelle Johnson -- the mother of the two children -- said she couldn't take care of them, according to the police charging documents. Dachelle Johnson spoke with detectives, saying she moved to Maryland from Ohio in July 2019, which was when she asked her sister to look after the kids, according to the documents.

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Dachelle Johnson told detectives she tried to reach her sister several times after dropping her children off and finally reached her in March 2021, according to the documents. She arranged to have her sister return the children but her sister never met her and Dachelle Johnson had been unable to reach her sister or the children until detectives notified her of their deaths, the documents said.

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