The story below is terrible.
Albuquerque police say the woman charged with murdering her son and then burying him in an Albuquerque park smothered him on May 13, felt remorse and used CPR to revive him, then smothered him again.
Tiffany Toribio, 23, faces a charge of first degree murder and several child abuse charges. She was taken into custody Wednesday night after her family members recognized a composite sketch of the buried boy and identified him as three and a half year old Tyrus Toribio.
According to Albuquerque police Chief Ray Schultz, Toribio had been asked to leave her mother’s Albuquerque home on May 7. She moved to the home of friends, but three days later was asked to leave again.
Schultz said that Toribio and Tyrus then wandered the streets of Albuquerque and witnesses reported that the little boy was often seen trailing the mother at a great distance.
So what did Tiffany Toribio say when they found her?
When they found her near Third Street and Central, she initially denied her identity. When she did confess who she was, she told officers that Tyrus was in the custody of the state Children, Youth and Families Department, but later confessed. SOURCE
She lied twice.