Missouri mother accused of VERY HEAD of her 6 year old son and dog at home.

Missouri mother accused of VERY HEAD of her 6 year old son and dog at home.

Missouri mother who thought the devil “came for her” is accused of decapitating her 6-year-old son and dog in her home before SINGING when cops arrived to arrest her.

  • On Tuesday, police were sent to the home of 35-year-old Tasha Haefs in Kansas City after she called 911 and said she thought the devil was trying to attack her.
  • When the police arrived, prosecutors said they found blood on the porch of the house and heard the woman singing.
  • An officer looking through the window saw what looked like a severed head inside the house, and the police rushed inside.
  • Officers determined that Hufs had several cuts and scrapes on both arms, as well as a cut and puncture wound on her right thigh.
  • On Wednesday, Haifes was charged with first-degree murder of her son and armed criminal act.

A Missouri woman was charged with decapitating her six-year-old son and her dog and was reportedly singing loudly when police arrived.

The boy’s name was not given, nor was the motif of the horrific bloodbath.

On Tuesday night, police were sent to the home of 35-year-old Tasha Haefs in Kansas City after she called 911 and said she thought the devil was trying to attack her.

When the police arrived, prosecutors said they found blood on the porch of the house and heard the woman singing.

The woman refused to open the door, and the police stated that the louder they knocked, the louder she sang.

On Wednesday, 35-year-old Tasha Haefs (pictured) was charged with first-degree murder of her son and armed crime.

On Wednesday, 35-year-old Tasha Haefs (pictured) was charged with first-degree murder of her son and armed crime.

On Tuesday, police were sent to the home of 35-year-old Tasha Haefs in Kansas City (pictured) after she called 911 and said she thought the devil was trying to attack her.

On Tuesday, police were sent to the home of 35-year-old Tasha Haefs in Kansas City (pictured) after she called 911 and said she thought the devil was trying to attack her.

One officer looking through the window saw what looked like a severed head inside the house, and the police, who knew that several children were living in the house, rushed inside.

Once inside, the police found Haefs with blood on her legs and feet.

“There were traces of blood on the face of the suspected woman, and two knives with signs of blood were seen in a prominent place throughout the house,” the criminal complaint says.

Officers determined that Haefs had several cuts and scrapes on both arms, as well as a cut and puncture wound on her right thigh, Fox4kc.com reported.

Haefs is pictured with one of her children in 2015.  She was charged with first-degree murder of her six-year-old son.

Haefs is pictured with one of her children in 2015. She was charged with first-degree murder of her six-year-old son.

Hefs pictured in 2016 with two young children  The Kansas City mother was arrested Tuesday after she called 911 and told police she thought the devil was trying to attack her.

Hefs pictured in 2016 with two young children The Kansas City mother was arrested Tuesday after she called 911 and told police she thought the devil was trying to attack her.

They also found the body of a decapitated six-year-old in the kitchen and a decapitated dog in the basement and two knives.

Police also recovered a bloody screwdriver from the scene.

While talking to police, the 35-year-old “confessed to killing the victim in the bathtub and decapitating her,” the complaint said.

On Wednesday, Hefs was charged with first-degree murder of her son and armed crime.

Jackson County Attorney Jean Peters Baker released a statement following the filing of charges in this horrific case.

“The community now knows some of the gruesome details of the death of this 6-year-old. We are breathless,” she said. “My department, as always, is committed to doing everything in its power to restore justice in the case of the murder of this boy. We do not shrink from our responsibility.

“It is hard to imagine the grief of this boy’s family. For the child’s classmates. His friends. Neighbours. Peters Baker added that the first rescuers went to the scene of the crime. “I expect this will leave us in the dark about what to do. Today we can look at our loved ones and thank God or even pray. Thanks, my baby is safe today. But we want all children to be safe.”

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