Parents who were accused of murder after their three-year-old daughter died of a 17-POND cancer tumor

Parents who were accused of murder after their three-year-old daughter died of a 17-POND cancer tumor

  • Officers were called to a camper home in Lawton, Oklahoma, on January 3rd
  • They found a three-year-old unconscious but breathed and brought her to a hospital where she died
  • The medical examiner noted that the girl had a 17-pound cancer tumor
  • Parents Henry Clarence Lilly III, 49, and Bonnie Beth Mills-Lilly, 42, are accused of murder in the first degree and accused of not providing medical care

Mary Kekatos for Dailymail.com

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Associated Press

The parents of a three-year-old girl from Oklahoma were arrested after she died of a 17-pound cancer tumor.

Evidence shows that 49-year-old Henry Clarence Lilly III and 42-year-old Bonnie Beth Mills-Lilly, both from Lawton, were charged with first-degree murder.

According to The Lawton Constitution, they both made their first legal appearance on Thursday in Lawton and are accused of not providing medical care.

A three-year-old girl in Lawton, Oklahoma, died of a 17-pound cancer tumor. Pictured: Henry Clarence Lilly III

Her parents Henry Clarence Lilly III, 49, and Bonnie Beth Mills-Lilly, 42 (pictured) were accused of murder in the first degree and accused of not providing medical care

Her parents Henry Clarence Lilly III, 49, and Bonnie Beth Mills-Lilly, 42 (pictured) were accused of murder in the first degree and accused of not providing medical care

A three-year-old girl in Lawton, Oklahoma, died of a 17-pound cancer tumor. Her parents, Henry Clarence Lilly III, 49, and Bonnie Beth Mills-Lilly, 42, were accused of murder in the first degree and accused of not providing medical care

Comanche County sheriff's deputies were called to a motorhome home near Lake Lawtonka on Oklahoma State Highway 58, according to the constitution.

When they arrived, the three-year-old girl was unconscious but breathed. She was rushed to a local hospital where she died.

According to sheriff Kenny Stradley, the child lived with her parents and six other children in the camper.

The medical examiner discovered that she had cancer. More specifically, Sheriff Stradley said she had a 17-pound tumor.

It is currently unclear where the location of the tumor was, what type of tumor it was and how long it had lived with it.

Records reviewed by DailyMail.com show that the bond was set at $ 60,000 for each suspect.

Both seem to have posted their bonds on Thursday, January 10 and must have a GPS monitor as a condition.

They are scheduled next in court on February 28 for a preliminary announcement and March 18 for a preliminary hearing conference.

Kenny D Harris, the attorney for both suspects, did not immediately return DailyMail.com's request for comment.

If convicted, Mills-Lilly and Lilly would each have a minimum of four years in prison, reported The Constitution.

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