Monster mother might spend the rest of her life in prison as she faces multiple charges for stabbing her 5-month-old daughter multiple times until the baby died. According to the woman, she was not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol when the incident took place claiming that she was of “sound mind and body.”
The mother of the now dead baby was identified as the 26-year-old K. Alcazar and her neighbors and the local authorities who responded at the scene are simply devastated by the unfortunate incident. Alcazar was arrested for the fatal incident and she now faces multiple charges including two counts of murder and one count of possession of a weapon.
According to NJ.com who were able to obtain the incident report, the fatal stabbing took place last Friday. The local authorities were dispatched at the address where the suspect was living with her partner and the little baby after following a 911 call.
When officers arrived at the scene, Alcazar was arguing with someone inside her New Jersey home, but police didn’t reveal who that person was. Officers then entered the apartment and found the baby’s death body covered in blood, with multiple apparent stab wounds in the chest area. The police confirmed that the father of the baby was not home when the fatal incident took place.
The monster mother was immediately arrested and taken into custody. When questioned by the authorities about the incident, she said she stabbed her baby to “fulfill the last of her sins, murder.”
“She showed no remorse and stated she would not change any of the events surrounding the murder,” a detective wrote in the report. Alcazar also told police that she was of “sound mind and body” and not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol.
The real motive behind the incident still remains unknown at this point. The authorities didn’t officially reveal who Alcazar was arguing with in her residence and that information is not clearly shown in the incident reports too.
Alcazar remained in custody over the weekend and she appeared in court on Monday where the charges against her were read.
“Murder purposely, murder knowingly, both first-degree offenses carrying a maximum penalty of life,” said Judge Christine Allen-Jackson, according to ABC 6 News.
Alcazar is represented by the Public Defender’s Office. Her attorney did not return a call for comment. She is being held without bond and has not yet entered a plea. The infant’s cause of death has been determined to be a homicide as a result of multiple stab wounds to the chest area.
“I lived next to her for two and a half years, so it’s a shock to me,” her next-door neighbor said. “It’s a tragedy,” another neighbor. “She was a nice, nice lady.”