Texas mother left kids in hot vehicle as punishment, authorities say

Texas mom arrested after 2 children die in hot car during ‘lesson

The children were later found dead locked inside the auto.

Cynthia Marie Randolph, 24, was being held Saturday on two counts of causing serious bodily injury to a child.

Randolph also initially reported both children took off, that she had searched the area then later found the toddlers locked inside a small four-door vehicle on the property.

The statement added that Randolph had since told officers that she went inside the home, smoked marijuana and fell asleep for several hours before waking to find the toddlers in the auto and unresponsive.

Two Texas toddlers died after their mother got angry at them for playing in the vehicle and left them inside it to teach them a lesson, deputies say.

Randolph allegedly then went inside the house, smoked marijuana and fell asleep for two to three hours.

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The two-year-old girl and 16-month-old boy died as temperatures reached about 35C in Texas, US, on May 26.

Randolph was booked into Parker County Jail on Friday.

Randolph had originally told investigators that she had been folding laundry and watching television in her rural home west of Fort Worth while the boy, Cavanaugh Ramirez, and his sister Juliet Ramirez played in a back porch, according to a criminal complaint. The website noheatstroke.org says humans enter heat stroke - a potentially fatal condition - at 104 degrees.

Emergency responders pronounced the two children dead at about 4 p.m. that afternoon. When she didn't hear from them for almost half an hour, Randolph said she searched for the toddlers before discovering them locked inside the auto, alongside her keys and cellphone. The children were unresponsive and Randolph said she broke a window to gain entry.

She told the police that in trying to save them, she broke the window and called 911. Randolph will go before a judge for a bond hearing and more details will be revealed regarding the charges she'll face.

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