A pregnant babysitter does not get in touch with the family of the two-month-old boy who killed them
Pregnant babysitter and mother of five, 28, is ordered to have NO CONTACT with the family of the two months old boy. She is accused of murdering and disguising to appear as if he was asleep before she returned the dead baby to his mother
- Pregnant mother-of-five Marissa Tietsort, 28, from Wausau, Wisconsin has been charged with deliberate first degree murder for the death of a two-month-old
- A judge ordered her not to have contact with the family or children of the child
- She would have caused the baby's death, dressed him in a snow suit, put him in his car seat and let his mother pick him up without telling her he was dead
- Tietsort is also faced with charges for child abuse involving an 11-month-old girl who was injured during her care in August
- She has been in custody since October with a $ 250,000 bond related to that case
- She has asked for guarantees several times, wrote to a judge and said: 'I am not a threat to society or a monster'. and & # 39; I am a great mother and I love everyone & # 39;
- Tietsort had run a non-recognized childcare operation from her home
A judge ordered Marissa Tietsort, 28, of Wausau, Wisconsin, to have no contact with the family of the two-month-old children or other children after she was charged with deliberate first-degree murder in the death of a baby her guard
A Wisconsin babysitter has been ordered not to have contact with the family of a two-month-old boy. She is accused of murder and then pretends to be alive when she gave the baby back to his mother.
Judge Jill Falstad ordered the 28-year-old Marissa Tietsort from Wausau to have no contact with children.
The order was filed this week in the court of Marathon County and remains in force until Tietsort is released on deposit.
Tietsort, who is pregnant with her sixth child, would also not have to pay child benefit for one of her children while she is in prison, on the basis of a stipulation submitted on Thursday.
A criminal complaint claims that Tietsort caused the baby's death in October, then put him in a snow suit and car seat and returned it to his mother – without telling her that the child was dead.
The mother and the two-month-old child were found a few minutes after she had picked up the boy from Tietsort's house, authorities said in a launderette on North Third Avenue, between West Wausau and West Union Avenue.
Teasort has been in custody since October with a cash bond of $ 250,000, related to the incident in August involving the 11-year-old, named Riley.
Tietsort is accused of having caused the baby's death in October, then put him in a snow suit and a car seat and had his mother pick him up without telling her that the child was dead. Tietsort is shown in court in Wausau, Wisconsin
Tietsort admitted that she was the [baby’s] lifeless body on the floor in the hallway of her house, dressed in the snow suit and then placed his body in the car seat with his blankets, "according to researchers.
When the boy's mother came to pick up her son, Tietsort reportedly, she deliberately put a hat on his eyes so that the mother would not realize that her son was dead. & # 39;
A complaint said that the mother thought [the baby] slept because he would normally sleep at that moment of the day. & # 39;
But when she went to get her son out of the car seat, "his legs were stiff and bent at the knee," the researcher remarked.
Tietsort is also charged with child abuse in which an 11-month-old girl in her care is involved in an incident in August.
Court documents in that case say that Tietsort was suspected of child abuse in June 2017, when a three-month-old woman suffered bruises on the face and a broken skull. Tietsort refused to injure the baby and was not charged.
Tietsort is back in court on January 18th. Her public defenders did not immediately return a request for comment on Thursday.
The two-month mother and child were found a few minutes after she had picked up the boy from the Tietsort home, the authorities said, in a launderette on North Third Avenue, between West Wausau and West Union Avenue, where she tried to revive. child. The boy had died hours earlier