UPDATE (10/28): The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office says a woman accused of killing her two sons has been booked into jail.
Sara Franco Tapia has been hospitalized since Oct. 12 when she was found suffering self-inflicted wounds near the home of where her two children were found dead.
She is being held without bond.
CULLMAN, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama woman accused of killing her 9- and 3-year-old sons hasn’t been charged while she remains hospitalized.
News outlets report authorities say it may be another two weeks until 32-year-old Sara Franco Tapia is released from a hospital and taken to the county detention center. Tapia is accused of killing 9-year-old Taylor Garcia and 3-year-old Alvaro Garcia on Oct 12.
Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry has said deputies called to the home by the children’s father found the brothers dead. He said a police dog tracked Tapia to a nearby field. She was found suffering self-inflicted wounds and a knife was nearby.
Gentry says the father has been ruled out as a suspect.
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