Mother Jennifer Bellah of Newton County reportedly confessed to the police that she had killed her two-year-old daughter at her home on Tuesday.
Georgia's mother, Jennifer Bellah, has been charged with the murder of her two-year-old daughter after confessing to the police that she had shot the girl Natalya.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the incident occurred in the home of the boy's grandmother in the city of Oxford.
The Newton County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday accused the 31-year-old on Wednesday after receiving a call at 5.53pm on Tuesday at the Brown Thrasher Run property.
The girl was declared dead at the scene.
It has not been revealed who called 911, but it is believed that only two people were there at that time: mother and daughter.
The detectives are struggling to find a reason for the murder, but after finding a cap, spent bullets and a gun in the place, they found it reasonable to accuse Bellah.
"Jennifer Bellah was interviewed … and the probable cause was determined to accuse her of murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime," agent Favel Edwards told WSB-TV Atlanta 2.
Detectives are struggling to find a reason and have not revealed who called the emergency services, however, it is believed that only two people were at home (pictured) at that time.
Neighbor Jackie Kennedy told Channel 2 that she had last seen Natalya playing in the front yard and that she knew the couple at meetings as she walked through the area.
& # 39;[They] It seemed like a happy family, "he said." I did not expect to go home and see this in my community.
& # 39; I'm really sorry, and it breaks my heart. This was a baby. A baby of two years. It's devastating. "
His neighbor Michael Robinson described the murder as "unthinkable."
He added: "I just saw the girl yesterday, and the mom, and I'm always greeting the grandparents."
Natalya's body was taken to the coroner's office of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for an autopsy.
Bellah will appear before the court on Thursday in front of a judge of first instance, reports Fox5.