Stephany E. LaFountain, 23 (pictured), was arrested and charged with the murders of her two children on Thursday
A series of morbid searches on the Internet have led to the arrest of an Alaskan woman, who is now accused of killing her two children, two years apart.
Stephany E. LaFountain, 23, is accused of killing her 13-month-old daughter on November 20 last year, and her four-month-old daughter on September 15, 2015, the Anchorage Daily News reported.
Both babies were healthy, but stopped breathing when LaFountain asked for help on November 20. The girl died in the hospital four days later.
The death of his first child, which he had during a previous relationship, was not investigated as a possible murder until the death of his second.
When police began investigating the death of their second child, forensic teams found a series of suspicious searches on their computer about an hour before the 911 call, including: Ways to kill humans without evidence, drowning and forensic analysis, and how: Commit the perfect murder.
LAFOUNTAIN INTERNET SEARCHES
Ways to suffocate
The best ways to suffocate
Ways to kill humans without evidence
Can drowning show in an autopsy report
16 steps to kill someone and not be caught
How: Commit the perfect murder.
Drowning and forensic
Suffocating and suffocating
LaFountain's first cause of death is not conclusive, but it coincides with a death by asphyxia, while the second died due to lack of oxygen in the brain.
The 23-year-old was arrested Wednesday and taken to the Fairbanks Correctional Facility. She will make her first appearance in court on Friday.
Fairbanks Police Chief Eric Jewkes told reporters at a press conference that the horrific crime should serve to remind everyone of the "evil" that lurks in every community.
"It only takes 10 seconds and thinks of a mother who kills her two children, more than two years (in) completely isolated events," he said.
& # 39; And what that means and what happens sometimes in our community, and sometimes the evil that exists, is out there. & # 39;
The police discovered that they had made a series of disturbing Internet searches just one hour before calling the dispatchers to tell them that their 15-month-old daughter was not breathing.