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A Long Island woman who was threatening to kill herself and her 2-year-old twin daughters, was found an hour later on Thursday, a Montauk park — you can park in the family’s minivan with the girls in a heart attack.
Mother, Tenia Campbell, 24, of Medford, has now been charged with the murder of the two girls, Jasmine, Jaida, Suffolk police said.
A mother and her twins, 2 years old daughters, my heart stopped at the entrance to Montauk County Park on Thursday.
The three were found just after 4:05pm, and parked at the entrance to the nature center in Montauk County Park. The girls were taken to Stony Brook, Lymington Hospital, where they were pronounced dead.
Suffolk police will not say how the girls died, there were no obvious signs of trauma to their bodies, law-enforcement sources told The Post.
Police had been searching for Him, and the girls have since received a phone call to 911 from the woman’s mom in order to 2:30 p.m., according to police.
A NEW JERSEY MOTHER AND SUFFOCATED TODDLER, BECAUSE HE WAS AN ‘OBSTACLE’ TO THE EXTRA-MARITAL AFFAIR WITH THE OFFICERS OF JUSTICE,
“The Suffolk County Police Department, assisted by the New York state police, Suffolk County Park Rangers, and Southampton Town Police and the East Hampton Town Police department conducted an enormous, for the whole of the county to find it,” Suffolk police said in a statement.
They were looking for a 60-mile stretch of the Medford east, to Montauk, where they would be in the nature center and, in 1929, Montauk Highway.
“They were twin-Power Wheel Jeeps, and they always come out of them, and drive them around, while the brother could not stop, laughing and giggling,” said Aleshia Pike, who lives across the street from the family.
“They were just your typical girls in a playful and happy,” she added, with tears in her eyes.
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The mother of the twins, and an older brother moved into the house in January.
Campbell has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder and manslaughter, police said. They will be arraigned Friday in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
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