A pregnant mom died after one other girl allegedly lower the infant from her womb, cops stated.
Officers with the New Boston Police Division discovered Reagan Hancock, 22, lifeless contained in the Texas house round 10.20am on Friday, police stated in a information launch.
Investigators found that an unborn child had been lower from Hancock’s physique, police stated, and a feminine suspect was later arrested by authorities in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, simply throughout the state border.
“The kid didn’t survive. On the request of the New Boston Police Division, the Texas Rangers are actually investigating,” a police assertion stated.
The lady was charged with the kidnapping and homicide of an unborn youngster and extra prices are anticipated, KLTV reported.
Hancock was recognized because the sufferer by her mom in social media posts on Fb.
“God please save us from this damage we’ve,” Jessica Brookes posted.
A fundraiser created by way of PayPal indicated that the girl who allegedly killed Hancock was recognized to the younger mother.
“Reagan Hancock and her unborn child have been selfishly killed by somebody Reagan thought of a buddy. We are attempting to lift cash for Homer and their daughter,” the submit reads.
In an editorial within the native newspaper, the Bowie County Residents Tribune, author Kenny Mitchell printed a shifting tribute to the household.
“It’s my prayer this morning that Reagan’s household can discover a option to really feel that compassion within the coming days. It doesn’t actually make the ache go away, the ache and loss will all the time be there, however it’s going to soften it simply sufficient to permit them to outlive it,” Mitchell wrote.
On August 6, Hancock posted that her pleasure in regards to the upcoming delivery of her “SWEET BABYGIRL” along with her husband, Homer Hancock.
“She already acts like her daddy & huge sister. We can not anticipate our Braxlynn Sage to be right here. Daddy is unquestionably outnumbered,” she wrote.
This story initially appeared on The US Solar and is republished right here with permission.