Emergency crews responded to the around 2:30 p.m for the report of an unresponsive child.
The mother, Markiya Mitchell, was taken from the scene and, after being interviewed, admitted to drowning the baby in the bathtub on objective to kill him. While being interviewed by investigators, she reportedly "admitted to intentionally drowning her son with the objective of ending his life".
Mitchell has been charged with second degree murder.
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"The defendant with intent to cause the infant's death left her infant son submerged in the bath water for a period of 1 to 2 hours", read the felony complaint.
Mitchell appeared in a court hearing Tuesday morning and pleaded not guilty. A judge ordered she be held in jail without bond.
Solina Lewis reporting for Rochester 8 told of court records showing that Markiya Mitchell and the baby's father having a custody dispute, with several orders of protection were issued against Mitchell. Allegedly the woman beat her 7 year old child with hammer, only to recently have gotten her child back from CPS, before relinquishing the child. The 7-year-old, however, is now in the care of another family member.
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