Sheriff: 10-year-old says she stomped head of baby in panic

Sheriff: 10-year-old says she stomped head of baby in panic

Sheriff: 10-year-old says she stomped head of baby in panic

Ms Schneider said the deaths of her daughter and granddaughter were "still not real for any of us".

The 21-year-old had nothing to say in court Tuesday, while appearing by video from the jail.

Schneider said her daughter's "favorite time with her kids was all in their jammies, curled up to watch a movie". The truck was found to be abandoned in the garage at this location and the driver and a passenger had left the house prior to police arriving. New reports said she was being charged as an adult under state law related to the incident on October 30, but the case could later be transferred to juvenile court.

He appeared in court via video Monday and was held on $250,000 cash bond. One additional 10-year-old is still in the hospital, but they say she is reported to be in stable condition. Hickle's mother, 32-year-old mother, Sara Jo Schneider, was also killed. He said they were driving down County Road P when Treu "looked out of it" and the pickup started crossing the centerline of the road.

The 11 charges filed against Colten Treu include four counts of vehicular homicide and four counts of a hit-and-run resulting in death.

"She panicked and didn't know what to do and didn't want to get into trouble", Newell said, "and then she proceeded to stomp on the 6-month-old's head".

The other Girl Scouts killed in the crash were Jayna Kelley, 9, and Autumn Helgeson, 10, officials said.

The victims were among seven children and five adults who were working in the ditches along the roadway.

Her biological parents were with her in court.

"This is a awful reminder of our nations epidemic of self-indulging with substance abuse without regard of the consequences", Lake Hallie Police Chief Cal D. Smokowicz said in a statement Monday.

In a separate interview with The Associated Press, she said "Haylee would've never made it if she lost her mother". They were picking up litter off a western Wisconsin highway Saturday morning when they were hit by the truck.

The incident happened in the same county where three Girl Scouts were killed by a truck driver over the weekend.

The criminal complaint says that he told police he and his passenger - who has not been charged - were sniffing a computer keyboard cleaner he had bought at Walmart.

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