The mother of the autistic child appeared dead in Miami confesses to the crime: he also invented the kidnapping of the small


Has been arrested, accused of first-degree murder and remains in jail without bail

The mother of the autistic child appeared dead in Miami confesses to the crime: he also invented the kidnapping of the small

The mother of Alexander Ripley denounced the abduction of the small at a Home Depot in Southwest Miami.

Police of Miami-Dade / Miami-Dade Corrections / Courtesy

The mother of the child of Miami-Dade was found dead after allegedly being secuestado has been arrested in the early hours of Saturday. According to the records of the Correctional Center Miami-Dade county, Patricia Ripley, 45, she was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

The body of his 9 year old son, Alexander Ripley, it was discovered Friday morning, hours after the Florida Department of law enforcement issued an amber alert for the child.

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The Miami-Dade police confirmed qeu had found a body of what appeared to be a child in the area of Southwest, between the 62nd Street and 138th Court. The images showed the body in a waterway near the Miccosukee Golf & Country Club.

The detective of the Miami-Dade police Chris Thomas told reporters at a press conference Friday that someone reported the dead body in the canal shortly before 8am.

Initially, the officers responded to the parking lot of a Home Depot in no. 15750 Southwest 88th Street Thursday night in search of Ripley, who was described as autistic and non-verbal.

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The Miami-Dade police said the mother of Ripley told the authorities that he was driving down the street 88 of the southwest when he noticed that the was a vehicle unknown which tried to surround his vehicle.

Patricia Ripley said that the other vehicle forced to turn to the 158th Avenue to the Southwest, and that was blocked. Meanwhile, he said, the passenger of the other vehicle the ambushed and demanded drugs.

The woman explained that she replied that he had drugs, and he took his cell phone and the child. Said fled in the other car.

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The cameras captured the moment Patricia she was taken to the detention Center Turner Guilford Knight with their hands cuffed.

The police have not commented on the arrest, but according to the records, Patricia is detained without bail.