Mugshot for Serri Renee Telnas, 45, of Porterville, Calif. (Tulare County Sheriff’s Office )
A 7-year-old child was taken off life support Sunday during California’s Valley Children’s Hospital while surrounded by family a week after authorities trust his mom took him and his 12-year-old hermit to a farming irrigation embankment and attempted to drown them.
Deputies found Jackson Telnas, 12, and his 7-year-old brother, Jacob Ray Telnas, nonchalant in an irrigation embankment full of H2O final Saturday in Porterville, Calif., according to a Tulare County Sheriff’s Office and internal media. Jackson had suffered a dire mind injury, expected a outcome of drowning, a Visalia Times Delta reported.
“They had an hour with Jacob Ray to adore adult on him, Jacob got a possibility to spend time with him and tell him how most he loves him,” Diana Keeland, their grandmother told ABC 7.
Sherri Telnas, 45, who was arraigned final week, had already faced one count of murder with a special business of fibbing in wait, a news said. She could be authorised for a genocide penalty.
She allegedly told deputies that she drowned a kids since they were possessed.
Jackson was 10 months aged when Telnas attempted to drown him in a Clark Fork River in Montana in 2008, the Mineral Independent reported at a time. During questioning, Telnas pronounced “bad thoughts or voices” had told her to drown a baby, according to a paper.
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In 2009 she pleaded guilty to obtuse depends of rapist endangerment and was placed on trial for 20 years, according to a Independent.
Fox News’ Robert Gearty contributed to this report