Second child dies under care of Florida grandmother, police say

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Two young children He died in less than a year While they were being looked after by their grandmother, police said.

Tracy Nix, 65 years old Ex Florida The principal of the school allegedly told police she “just forgot” that seven-month-old Uriel Shock was in her car on the 90-degree day while she was practicing on the piano, according to a probable cause affidavit.

The affidavit alleges that she told police she “suddenly ‘got her head’ that Orel had been in the car all afternoon.

Police said Nix’s husband, Non Nai Nix, found the baby in the back seat and attempted cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but could not revive his grandson.

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Kaila Nix, the mother of two children who died in her mother's care, wants justice for her children

Kaila Nix, the mother of two children who died in her mother’s care, wants justice for her children (Kayla Nix/Facebook)

Nix was charged with first degree murder for the murder of Orel in November 2022.

said Tracy Nix’s attorney, William Fletcher Fox 13 Tampa Bay that Orrell’s hot car death was an “obvious accident”, and said Nicks was “absolutely devastated”.

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Fletcher is concerned that the publicity surrounding both cases may make it difficult to obtain a fair trial.

“Everyone is just seeing this narrative. It’s responsible. It’s responsible,” he told Fox 13, “and I’m here to say as much as I can morally, it’s not right.”

Drew Shock, Kayla's partner and father of the children, holds his children.

Drew Shock, Kayla’s partner and father of the children, holds his children. (Kayla Nix/Facebook)

Uriel died about a year after 16-month-old Ezra drowned in a pond while Nix was asleep, according to the accident report.

“When I pulled up to the house, I came to pick up my little girl, and there are ambulances over there, and I thought ‘What’s going on? Bay. “I was having flashbacks, because when I pulled out with Ezra, it was the exact same scene.”

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On December 22, 2021, Nix’s husband left for about an hour to run errands, the report says.

During that time, Nix fell asleep while Ezra ran out of the house and drowned in a pond near their home in Hardy County, Florida, according to the accident report.

Two young children, Uriel and Ezra, died while in the care of their grandmother Tracy Nix, who was criminally charged in the second death.

Two young children, Uriel and Ezra, died while in the care of their grandmother Tracy Nix, who was criminally charged in the second death. (Kayla Nix/Facebook)

The Hardy County Sheriff’s Office said Ezra opened the doors, under the fence, and walked around the pond.

By December 31, 2021, police attempted to bring a child neglect charge against Nix, but the state attorney general’s office declined to press charges due to “lack of evidence”.

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“The 2022 incident is factually identifiable and charges have been filed,” the attorney general’s office said in a statement to ABC Action News in Tampa Bay.

The children’s mother, Kayla Nix Shook, said she didn’t know police had tried to file a case in Ezra’s death until a first-degree murder charge was filed after Uriel’s death, the outlet reported.

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“If I’m being objective, she needs to go to jail,” Kayla Nix said during an interview with ABC Action News. “As her daughter, saying it kills me. As their mother, I demand it. I will fight for them.”

If convicted, Nix could face between 12 and 30 years in prison.

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