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It Was Said That a 5-year-old Girl Fell Down Some Stairs But Police Revealed the Actual Manner of Death

It Was Said That a 5-year-old Girl Fell Down Some Stairs But Police Revealed the Actual Manner of Death

Cheri Marler, 53, was found guilty on May 10 of killing and beating Annabelle Noles in November 2022.

Police say a woman in Wyoming was found guilty of killing a 5-year-old girl while watching, even though she told them the girl had fallen down the stairs.

The 53-year-old Cheri Marler of Kemmerer was found guilty of first-degree murder and child abuse on May 10 in the death of Annabelle Noles in 2022, according to Cowboy State Daily.

Marler could spend the rest of her life in jail without the chance to get out.

Police say Marler called 911 at 3:40 p.m. on November 25, 2022, about a child who wasn’t responding. She had been watching Annabelle and her sister for a few weeks.

Cowboy State Daily says that court records show Marler told police that Annabelle had fallen down the stairs.

The child was taken to a nearby hospital right away and then flown to Primary Children’s Hospital in Utah.

According to the Uinta County Herald, a doctor at the local hospital said that Annabelle had a broken back, brain bleeding, and a lot of cuts and bruises that showed new and old injuries.

The next day, Annabelle passed away. Soon after, Marler was caught and charged with murder in the first degree and serious child abuse.

An affidavit received by Cowboy State Daily says that Marler “admitted” to hitting and slapping Annabelle up to 10 times “in a clapping motion” when she talked to the Kemmerer police chief on November 26, 2022, after Annabelle had died.

This is what Marler told the chief: she was clapping her hands while the child’s “head was in the middle.”

The statement says that Annabelle went to another room to lie down and Marler found her still asleep.

The affidavit says she told cops the day before that she had hit Annabelle with kitchen tools.

“She eventually died from these fatal injuries.” According to the Uinta County Herald, Dr. Ruiz-Maldonado said in court that her deep brain damage was caused by blunt force trauma and not just contact injuries.

Marler denied hurting Annabelle while he was on the stand. Marler will be given a term later.

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