32-year-old Marie Synder is arrested with her partner when the dead bodies of her two young daughters were found buried in shallow graves in her house’s backyard.
Marie Synder was staying in Pennsylvania with her partner, 26-year-old Echo Bulter, and 24-year-old Michele Butler, mother of Echo. All these three women were arrested last week from different places. They are arrested because of charges of child endangerment and obstruction in Lycoming County.
According to a source, the two young daughters, 6-year-old Nicole and 4-year-old Jasmine, were last seen alive in 2015.
Nicole was buried in 2016, and Jasmine was buried in 2017, according to the police officers and the gardener.They were homeschooled, and their father, Joshua Synder, had last seen them 6 years ago. It was the same year when they last appeared for any medical treatment or court-related issue.
The dead bodies of the two young girls were transferred to a forensic anthropologist for examination. According to Old Lycoming Township Police Chief Chris Kriner, the investigation is still going on. More evidence is being gathered and analyzed as they want to provide justice to the two young girls.
Marie Synder was arrested from her workplace at Clinton Country.A source has revealed that she refused to provide any information about the two young girls.
She had a property of 600 blocks at Livermore road that was searched by the police and the investigation department during the search of Nicole and Jasmine.This is a terrible case.
Please share this article with people around you and let them know how women can behave even as mothers. Guidance about ways to raise and look after the children should be provided to every person after a certain age to control these types of cases.
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