Rachel Henry Bio – Rachel Henry Wiki
Rachel Henry is identified as the Arizona mother who is accused of smothering her three children in Phoenix and placing them in a position on the living room couch as if they were asleep, according to released court documents. She recently moved to Arizona from Oklahoma in 2019.
Rachel Henry Age
After leaving the baby’s body in a back bedroom, she began chasing the 3-year-old. On the arrival, while her aunt and children’s and father were playing with the children, Henry dragged the 3-year-old into the bedroom, making an excuse for changing his underwear. The Republic reported.
And there is where she placed the boy on the floor and smothered him with her hands until he died.
The 3-year-old scratched her chest and pinched his mom at the time of death, according to The Republic.
After feeding the 7-month-old, and waiting for him to fall asleep, she smothered her while her relatives waited in the other room.
Henry, not telling her aunt and husband, placed the bodies on the living room floor as if they were asleep.
She is 22 years old.
Rachel Henry Children
According to the initial reports of police, her son was believed to be 3 years old, and her daughters were believed to be 2 years old and 7 months old.
Rachel Henry Admits to Smothering Her Three Children
Earlier in the evening, the 22-year-old mother admitted her crime, singing to each of them while she was suffocated her children — even to the 3-year-old son who yelled “No!” as the mother killed his 1-year sister, FOX 10 of Phoenix reported.
According to the reports of Phoenix police, Henry first placed her hand over her 1-year-old daughter’s mouth until she stopped moving. During this scene, her 3-year-old son screamed and tried to stop her.
Rachel Henry in Custody
Henry, who was charged with three counts of first-degree murder, was reportedly taken into custody.
Rachel Henry Court Appearance
Henry made her first appearance in court Tuesday evening. Having an emotionless face, she heard the judge reading her charges of three counts of first-degree homicide. She is set to appear in court again on January 28.
One of the representatives of Maricopa County Attorney’s Office argued and insisted that Henry should be held on a $3 million cash-only bail.
Authorities responded to a 911 call at the home in the evening time but could not attempt to save the innocent children.
She admitted to killing the children at the interview when she and her husband were transported to the Phoenix Police station to be an interview.
Henry has a history of methamphetamine addiction, and she had been acting weird in the past several days.