Angela Flores: LA mom says teen son HELPED her murder daughter, 12, and twin sons, 8, on Mother’s Day

When officers arrived, they discovered the bodies of three children who were rushed to a nearby hospital where they were declared dead


                            Angela Flores: LA mom says teen son HELPED her murder daughter, 12, and twin sons, 8, on Mother’s Day
Angela Dawn Flores, 38, confessed to murdering her three children (Facebook)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: A California mother has admitted to killing three of her children on Mother’s Day allegedly with the help of her 16-year-old son. Angela Dawn Flores, 38, was booked and arrested on suspicion of murder after she told authorities she killed her daughter Natalie, 12, and her twin boys Nathan and Kevin, 8. Her teenage son, whose name has not been released, was also arrested in connection with the case.

Flores is being held on a $6 million bail, while her teen son is being held without bail in Sylmar Junevile Hall on a single crime of murder. Around 7.40 am on Sunday, May 8, authorities arrived at the Los Angeles home after multiple neighbors called 911 and reported hearing screaming. They were called to the 22500 block of Victory Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley. When officers arrived, they discovered the bodies of three children who were rushed to a nearby hospital where they were declared dead. Police say that it appeared that they had been killed several hours earlier.

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Flores, who was arrested at the scene, had just been in the house for roughly three months. She formerly lived in Kansas City and worked for a construction business, according to her Facebook page.

According to the Los Angeles Times, neighbors heard a loud disturbance on Saturday night. Prisila Canales, who lives two houses away from Flores, told the paper that she heard Flores screaming, "My family is abusing me." Flores then reportedly strolled to her next-door neighbor's front yard, opened a Bible, and lit candles.

When Flores was out on a stretcher by paramedics at about midnight, she allegedly tried to free herself and screamed, "Wheres my Bible? Where's my Bible?"

What occurred between the mother's outburst and the children being found dead the next day is still unknown. The woman and her 16-year-old son were taken into custody by the LAPD after being escorted to a hospital for a psychiatric examination. Both are facing murder charges.



 

The children looked to have died on Saturday, 7 May, a day before they were discovered, according to police sources. The two boys went to a nearby charter school. According to KTTV, Flores and her kid sought safety at two separate neighborhood houses before police arrived on Sunday morning. The reason for the death of the youngsters has not been revealed. The cops and paramedics were called at midnight. Flores was placed on a stretcher and attempted to free herself by pleading for her Bible. 

"No other suspects are being sought at the moment," informed LAPD Public Information Officer Matthew Cruz to Mail.com.

The night before her three children were found dead, the mother had her own run-in with paramedics. Prisila Canales, a neighbor, told KTTV that she heard Flores screaming.

"I couldn't see anybody and I kept hearing, 'My family is abusing me!' And just kept hearing screaming, but I couldn't make out what she was saying," Canales said.  

"I can hear her saying, 'Ow, ow, ow'. I guess they were trying to arrest her or restrain her. They brought her out on the stretcher and she was laying down and would just pop up out of nowhere and yell, 'Where's my bible? Where's my Bible?'"

Neighbor Stephen Hayes, 71, said he spotted the family riding bicycles before the incident happened and they appeared completely normal. He informed Mail.com, "They look like nice, normal people. It is one of the nicest looking houses on the block."

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