‘I do not want them’ a 23-year-old new mom confessed to NYPD officers conducting a wellness check at her apt Thursday afternoon
‘I can’t take it anymore,’ she added as responding officers found her six-week-old twins dead inside her NYC apartment, one with a knife sticking out of his head
Cops discovered the six-week-old Dakota Bentley and his twin sister Dallis Bentley, dead inside the Woodside Houses on 51st Street and 32nd Avenue
A relative had requested a wellness check to the building in Woodside after the woman gave evasive answers about the twins whereabouts
Authorities found Dakotainside a bedroom crib with what appeared to be a stab wound to the head, while Dallis was found under the sink wrapped in a pink blanket
The mother’s name has netbeen released and she has not yet been charged
NYPD officers conducting a wellness check at an apartment in the Woodside Houses on 51st Street and 32nd Avenue Thursday afternnon walked into a scne out of a horror movie
The home owner, a new momr was taken into custody after her two infant twins were found dead inside the Queens apartment on Thursday afternoon – one with a knife sticking out of his head.
Officers with the New York Police Department discovered the six-week-old infants, Dakota Bentley and his twin sister Dallis Bentley, had been murdered inside the Woodside Houses on 51st Street and 32nd Avenue.
Cops walked into the double-infanticide after a relative had requested a wellness check on the family at the City Housing Authority (NYCHA) building in Woodside, Queens.
he caller, a cousin to the children’s mother told police the 23-year-old woman did not sound right when they spoke on the phone and requested a wellness check for the babies.
When police showed, the 23-year-old mother was home and appeared agitated, sources said.
‘I do not want them,’ She reportedly told arriving officers,
‘I can’t take it anymore.’
Police first found Dakota Bentley, inside a bedroom crib with a knife sticking out of his head.
When officers enquired about the female twin, “She pointed towards the sink,” NYPD Housing Chief David Barrere said at a Thursday night press briefing.
Following the mother’s direction, police found Dallis Bently wrapped in a pink blanket under the kitchen sink, authorities said.
An EMS paramedic pronounced both the both and the girl dead.
Police recovered a knife at the scene and brought the mother in for questioning, but she has not yet been charged.
The mother – who has not yet been identified – does not appear to have any criminal history, according to police.
The Administration for Children’s Services is also investigating the death of the twins.
Neighbors said the woman had just moved into the apartment last month..