Woman accused in plot kill niece with poisoned breast milk

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A criminological toxicologist found that the taller container tried positive for what might as well be called nine tablets or cases of Excedrin in 112 milliliters or 3.8 liquid ounces, enough to murder a grown-up, the toxicologist stated, as per court reports.

Authorities allege that Rodriguez-Miranda was angry that her brother, his fiance and their daughter had been staying with her and her mother at their Fort Wayne home, and that her mother had agreed to allow them to stay longer.

"I'm gonna crush up some of these pills since she decided they can stay longer and kill their baby", Rodriguez-Miranda allegedly wrote in a January 12 text.

Rodriguez-Miranda reportedly believed the bottles were given to her niece, and expressed frustration that her plan had not worked in more alleged messages.

The daughter allegedly told her boyfriend that she'd tried to kill the infant girl, adding: "Yeah I thought it was amusing that I don't have an ounce of guilt".

Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda is accused of plotting to kill her 11-week-old niece by lacing her bottles with pills. "I thought it was amusing that I don't have an ounce of guilt".

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"I'm gonna crush up some of these pills since she decided they can stay longer and kill their baby", the suspect allegedly wrote in a text message to her boyfriend. The mortar and pestle had a white fine substance in it, court reports said.

Rodriguez-Miranda and her mother shared a cell phone.

Later in the morning of January 12, the baby's grandmother took the baby and the baby's mother to the hospital emergency room to see whether the baby showed any signs of poisoning, which she did not. The bottle also contained lethal amounts of caffeine and aspirin, according to the affidavit.

"Why didn't that baby die dude that's dumb".

The child's mother told officers that she hadn't fed her daughter with either bottle. "They definitely threw it out. I don't feel bad about it".

Specialists trust Rodriguez-Miranda, who has been absent for a considerable length of time, fled with her sweetheart and was last accepted to be in MI. "I'd never be suspect I know but I hope it works". She was officially charged with one felony count of attempted murder on Monday.

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