Northern California police seek murder charges after children found dead in a storage locker

The Chief of Police in Salinas California at a press conference announced that thirty nine year old, Tami Joy Huntsman and her boyfriend seventeen year old, Gonzalo Curiel will face first degree murder charges for the deaths of six year old Shaun and three year old Delylah Tara.


Authorities said that the cause of children’s deaths was ongoing physical abuse that “most likely started in Salinas”.


Chief of police Kelly McMillin said that this case is the “most egregious child homicide abuse case I’ve ever seen”.


The bodies of the two young children were discovered inside a lock storage facility in Redding, California on Sunday.


Nine year old Frankie Tara was found barely alive inside of a locked Ford forerunner parked outside an apartment complex. She was taken to a Sacramento hospital where Frankie underwent several surgeries and is reported to be in stable condition.


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