A New Jersey mother and suffocated toddler, because he was an ‘obstacle’ to the extra-marital affair with the officers of justice,

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A New Jersey mother smothered her toddler son last year, she found out that he was in the way of her extra-marital affair, the public prosecution service said Wednesday.

The awful accusation was made Wednesday during a detention hearing for the 41-year-old Heather Reynolds, the mother is charged with murder and child endangerment in her son’s May of 2018 and beyond death.

A New Jersey mother is accused of smothering her toddler, last year, because he will get in the way of her love affair, prosecutors said.

Camden County prosecutors said robert Reynolds choked her 17-month-old son, Axel, in keeping with a cleansing wipe across his nose and mouth. The lawyer said the Wedding has nothing to do with the death.

Reynolds walked into her Gloucester Township home on the morning of May 10, holding a non-responsive child in his arms, and shouted for help from neighbours. Emergency responders found the boy lying on the lawn of the home of the family.

As an assistant Prosecutor, Peter Gallagher, said the boy had bruises around his nose and mouth. Reynolds told Employees in her son’s drunk something toxic, Gallagher said. She changed her story as an EMT, noted that her son had been dead for much longer, he added.


Witnesses told police that Barry had taken methamphetamine the night before and the next morning, Gallagher said. The statement, which was confirmed after residue was found in her purse, he added.

In a review of her text messages that showed she had an extra-marital affair while her husband was out of state on business have been reported.


“[W]itnesses told detectives that the suspect had expressed the feeling that their toddler son of the victim, A. R., and was an obstacle to her relationship with her best friend,” Gallagher said.

A judge ruled that Reynolds will remain in jail until her trial, noting that she is facing a possible life sentence.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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