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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Mom of disabled son in woods to face attempted murder charge

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A woman accused of dumping her quadriplegic son in the woods at a park so she could spend the week with her out-of-state boyfriend will face an attempted murder charge, police said Tuesday.

Nyia Parler has been hospitalized for undisclosed reasons in Maryland since hours after her 21-year-old son was found last Friday in a pile of wet leaves in Cobb Creek Park in Philadelphia next to his wheelchair and a Bible. Police said they believe Parler’s son had been in the woods all week and was exposed to the cold, rainy weather and to wild animals.

Police said they have added attempted murder to an initial slate of charges listed in an arrest warrant Saturday. Those charges include aggravated assault, kidnapping and neglect of a care-dependent person.

Police said they did not expect to arrest the 41-year-old Parler until she was cleared for release from the hospital and charged in Maryland as a fugitive. They would then seek to have her extradited.



Anonymous said...

GOOD! Best news I've heard all day!

Anonymous said...

Good pos

Anonymous said...

I'd like to wrap her in a blanket so she couldn't move and leave her out in the woods for a week and she if the Bible helped her survive. I hope she rots in H#%^

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Anonymous said...

Justice...if she is convicted.