Colorado Mother Accused Of Killing Her Children Discovered In England, Fights Return Home

Wagswoofs  –  A Colorado mother, who has been arrested in England, is currently battling against extradition back to the U.S. to face charges after being identified as the prime suspect in the deaths of two of her children.

Kimberlee Singler, a 35-year-old woman, was apprehended by the National Crime Agency when she was discovered hiding in a hotel in West London on December 30th.

On December 19, Colorado Springs police found her hurt in her home with her three young children after getting a call about the family. During that call, cops found Singer’s youngest children, ages 9 and 7, dead. Her 11-year-old older daughter was found hurt but alive.

Singler and her children were initially thought to be victims of a robbery. She was discharged from the hospital soon after the incident.

Upon conducting a thorough investigation, law enforcement officials have issued an arrest warrant for Singler on December 26. In addition to that, she has also been charged with the attempted murder of her eldest daughter.

Singler, who has no connections to England, managed to inexplicably escape the country, leaving authorities puzzled. Her presence was last reported in the United States on December 23rd.

According to the Daily Mail, Singler was in Westminster Magistrate Court on Monday morning, where she firmly declined to consent to being handed over to U.S. authorities by answering “No.”

During her court appearance on Monday, no additional information was disclosed. However, the judge decided that she should be held in police custody.

According to the Daily Mail, the district judge in charge of Monday’s hearing stated that these are the most severe offenses and expressed doubt about the defendant’s ties to the country. The judge further explained that there are no conditions that could be imposed to ensure the defendant’s return to court, given the potential consequences awaiting her in the USA.

According to the Daily Mail, Singler is scheduled to make her next court appearance via video link on January 8th. Following that, her next in-person court appearance is set for January 29th.

The Colorado Springs police investigators later discovered that the initial report of a burglary at Singler’s apartment was found to be false.

Aden Wentz, 7, and Elianna “Ellie” Wentz, 9, were the two beloved children identified by Wentz. The eldest daughter’s name has not been disclosed at this time.

According to KDRO, Wentz’s attorney has reported that Singler has allegedly made multiple false reports to the local police against him.

In a Facebook post on December 31st, Wentz expressed his satisfaction with Singler’s arrest by sharing an article link and adding the caption: “She’s been found!”

Colorado Springs Police investigators have successfully gathered enough evidence and obtained an arrest warrant for Singler. The charges against Singler include the following:

    • 2 counts – 18-3-102(1)(a), Murder in the First Degree, Class One Felony (F1)
    • 2 counts – 18-3-102(1)(f), Murder in the First Degree, Class One Felony (F1)
    • 1 count – 18-2-101, Criminal Attempt – Murder in the First Degree (18-3-102(1)(a)), Class Two Felony (F2)
    • 1 count – 18-2-101, Criminal Attempt – Murder in the First Degree (18-3-102(1)(f)), Class Two Felony (F2)
    • 2 counts – 18-6-401(7)(a)(i), Child Abuse, Class Two Felony (F2)
    • 1 count – 18-6-401(7)(a)(iii), Child Abuse, Class Three Felony (F3)
    • 1 count – 18-3-202, Assault in the First Degree, Class Three Felony (F3)

A $10 million bond was set for Singler on these charges by a Colorado Springs court last week. Media outlets were informed by the Colorado Springs Police that more details will be provided during a press conference scheduled for this week.

If Singler is brought back to the United States, he could potentially face a life sentence without the chance of parole if found guilty.

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to assist the family in covering the costs of the funeral arrangements and supporting the surviving daughter with her medical expenses.

If you have any information or witnessed the investigation, please contact the Colorado Springs Police Department at (719)-444-7000. Alternatively, you can provide anonymous tips by calling the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at (719)-634-STOP (7867) or 1-800-222-8477. Your assistance is greatly appreciated in this ongoing investigation.

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