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A Georgia foster-mother, was denied bond on Tuesday after he was accused of murder last month of a hot-car death of 3-year-old twin girls in her care.
The magistrate rejected by Claudette Foster, at the request of the association, according to the report. It was held in the local jail.
Foster’s gave up on a warrant Monday, according to a report by the police department in Hinesville, Ga., in the Sept. The 29 deaths from Raelynn and Payton Keyes. She was also charged with cruelty to children, authorities said.
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An autopsy has determined that all of the girls have died of heat stroke on a day when the temperature was 92, according to the report.
The car was parked in the back yard of a home that did not belong to Foster.
The police said that they were not at the address when the girls died, WTOC-TV reported.
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“It was he who was responsible for these kids, and why were the children not supervised. How can they be missing for a similar period of time in the garden, in the car, and then finally passes through a heat stroke?” Detective Bryan Wolfe told the station.
Mugshot for Claudette Foster.
(Hinesville Police Department)
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Wolfe said Foster had the authority to Raelynn, and Payton’s brother, the station reported. He said that the boys were returned to the custody of the biological parents once they were deemed fit by the state government.
Skye, Keyes said, and she had lost custody of their four children, because she was still mourning the premature death of another child, the New York Post reported a couple weeks ago.