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Sugar Cookie

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The parents of a California toddler who was last seen in March 2015 have been charged with murder and child endangerment resulting in death, according to authorities.

Omar Misael Lopez, 33, and Mayra Alejandra Chavez, 26, from Oxnard, were arrested on suspicion of murder on Valentine's Day.

They had been in custody on civil arrest warrants since October for failing to give police accurate information on their three-year-old child's whereabouts, police said.

Kimberly Lopez was last seen by social workers with Lopez, who had guardianship of the three-year-old, police said. Chavez was only allowed to visit Kimberly with the supervision of Lopez and of her mother Maria Lopez.

Child services didn't look into Kimberly's well-being until July 2016, when someone contacted them with 'concerning' information, Oxnard police said in a statement.

When they tried to check on the toddler several times, the girl's parents told them she was living in Mexico with family.

Ventura County Children and Family Services reported Kimberly missing on September 2016, after Lopez and Chavez were unable to provide proof of their daughter's whereabouts.

The parents told police their daughter was alive last time they saw her, but after months in jail their story changed.

In August, Chavez told investigators his daughter had hurt her head while he was trying to change her pants, Oxnard Detective Scott Aaron said in a court declaration.

He and Lopes said they had not sought medical treatment for Kimberly, who according to them had two seizures after she hurt her head.

They alleged that the toddler died the same night and they drove her body to Tijuana, per Oxnard Detective Scott Aaron's declaration.

Presence of human decomposition was found in the back of their vehicle by human remains detection dogs, but Kimberly's remains have not been found.

Interviews with family and friends of the parents lead authorities to believe Lopez and Chavez were 'the key' to locating Kimberly, police said.

Authorities believe the little girl was killed on June, 2015, soon after what would have been her third birthday, the Ventura County Star reported.

If they are convicted, Chavez could get 47 years to life in prison while Lopez could get a maximum sentence of 42 years to life, according to officials.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5400239/Parents-girl-seen-three-years-ago-arrested.html
 

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Just Rose

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I feel you cause the death of a human Yours should be taken ..
Ya he says he was help putting her pants on
They know if caught with a dead kid in Mexico no charges
This like the 5 th story I've read that people try to take dead baby's back to mexico
 

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April 17, 2018

Omar Misael Lopez has pleaded guilty to one count of felony child endangerment and one count of perjury for his part in the killing of his 3-year-old daughter Kimberly Chavez Lopez in June 2015.

Lopez has agreed to testify against Mayra Alejandra Chavez, Kimberly's mother.

At the conclusion of other proceedings, it is expected Lopez will be sentenced to 14 years in prison.
http://citizensjournal.us/oxnard-father-pleads-guilty-for-his-role-in-killing-of-3-year-old-daughter/
 

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Mayra Alejandra Chavez, 27 was convicted of second-degree murder in the 2015 killing of her 3-year-old daughter, whom she had previously lost custody of multiple times because of issues with drugs and abuse, prosecutors said Monday.

Police began investigating the case in September 2016, after Ventura County Children and Family Services reported it had been trying to locate the toddler for over a year to no avail. Social workers last saw the girl in March 2015.

Chavez originally lost custody of her child at birth after the baby tested positive for both methamphetamine and marijuana, according to prosecutors. Kimberly was placed into foster care for about nine months, then was returned to her mother’s care after Chavez completed drug and parenting classes, the DA’s office said.

But after regaining custody, Chavez allegedly began to abuse her daughter. Kimberly was again put into foster care, but Chavez again sought to regain custody. Despite this, Chavez continued to torture and mistreat the girl, which ultimately led to her death, officials said.

Kimberly’s father, Omar Lopez, gave jurors a detailed account of Chavez’s increasingly abusive treatment of her daughter, and said the fatal incident occurred when the mother pulled the girl’s legs from underneath her to change a diaper, causing her to hit her head and suffer seizures, the Ventura County Star reported.

Lopez also testified that he and Chavez disposed of their daughter’s body in Tijuana, according to the DA’s office.

Lopez offered his candid testimony in exchange for leniency in sentencing, and agreed to plead guilty to charges of child endangerment and perjury while prosecutors dropped his second-degree murder charge. He is expected to be sentenced to 14 years in prison, according to the newspaper.
https://ktla.com/2018/12/10/oxnard-mother-found-guilty-of-torture-murder-in-death-of-her-3-year-old-daughter/?fbclid=IwAR2MT0BUH1-4fdV_cUlnuD36_R7s709_bRGnU4cnvnG7G5B0JGJLmdDSA9w
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An Oxnard grandmother admitted on Thursday that she helped her daughter and daughter’s boyfriend cover up the killing of the couple’s 3-year-old daughter, prosecutors said.


Maria De Jesus Lopez, 45, pleaded guilty to one felony count of conspiracy to destroy and conceal evidence in the death of Kimberly Lopez, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office said in a news release.

When Maria learned of her granddaughter’s death, she lent the couple her car and gave them money so that they could take Kimberly’s body to Tijuana and destroy her remains, according to the DA’s office.

The girl’s body was never recovered.

Over the next 15 months, as officials grew increasingly suspicious regarding Kimberly’s whereabouts, Maria also allegedly helped conceal the death from investigators.

The grandmother will face a maximum penalty of 180 days in county jail and three years of formal probation when sentenced.
 

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