(Sept. 22) — An Indianapolis woman who’s been charged in the deaths of her two young children allegedly locked her five kids in a closet for 10 hours before the two perished.
That’s according to a police report released Tuesday that accuses Edyan Farah, 28, of dragging a bed up against the closet to block it shut, then leaving to visit a neighbor. Investigators are awaiting results of a toxicology report, but believe the two children — a 5-year-old girl and her 3-year-old brother — died Sunday of asphyxiation. Details were reported by several news agencies.
The children were trapped in a closet about 6 feet by 18 inches for more than 10 hours, and one of the surviving siblings told police they’d been crammed in there before.
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