Woman charged in son's death after buried remains found

22 December, 2017, 01:28 | Author: Gary Shelton
  • Cleveland case workers say mom of 9 on their radar before human remains found

The caller was the brother of Larissa's boyfriend, Christopher Rodriguez, according to Cleveland.com, which reported, "He told police that Christopher Rodriguez called him from jail and told him that Christopher and Larissa both buried Jordan in the backyard of the home two months ago after finding him unresponsive".

When the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner dug the remains up, they found the body showed multiple signs of abuse, including broken ribs, the court records say.

Police used a cadaver dog to search the backyard of the home Monday, but found nothing.

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office hasn't yet identified the remains found Tuesday as those of Rodriguez's developmentally disabled son, Jordan, and hasn't said how he died.

Larissa Maria Rodriguez, a mother of nine, is in police custody, suspected of killing her own child.

According to WKYC-TV, Larissa Rodriguez "told police her son was in Houston with his father".

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Larissa Rodriguez was charged Thursday in Cleveland.

They reportedly lived in such squalor that they found one of the children eating a cockroach-filled sandwich.

Authorities started digging in the backyard of the home and human remains consistent with those of a young child were found buried.

An affidavit filed December 19 from the Cuyahoga County Division of Children and Family Services described the house as "deplorable and unsanitary" and filled with rats and cockroaches.

"I can't believe you honestly did this", Ana Rodriguez said, according to Cleveland19.

Rodriguez said she called the agency multiple times about the family, but nothing was ever done.

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Officials removed four children from the home Monday night, and the children were placed in emergency custody in foster care. Ana said she had seen the child bound and gagged with a sock.

The stepdad is now held at a jail in neighboring Medina County.

Child welfare workers said they have provided parenting education, mental health services and more.

Years later, two of the woman's children were permanently taken from her custody, including a son who was adopted by another family in 2005. "I don't know why they would do this to him".

The police report states investigators attempted to contact the boy's aunt who allegedly took the child to Texas but were unable to locate her at her Cleveland address.

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