Janet Garcia Murders 4 Yr Old Son

Janet Garcia Everett Washington

Janet Garcia is a alleged killer from Everett Washington who has been charged with the murder of her four year old son Ariel Garcia

According to police reports the body of four year Ariel Garcia was found on the side of a highway in Washington State. The little boy had been reported missing by family members earlier in the week

Police would discover a large amount of blood at the home where Janet Garcia and Ariel Garcia were staying

Janet Garcia would tell police her son was injured so she took him to the hospital however the wait to see a doctor was too long so she dropped Ariel Garcia off at a friends house while she got on a bus to seek alcohol treatment

When police questioned Janet Garcia regarding her sons disappearance she had blood splatter on her shoes and clothing

Janet Garcia would be charged with with giving false statements to law enforcement initiallly with murder and injury to a child would be added later

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A woman has been arrested and charged with the death of her 4-year-old son.

According to the Everett Police Department, 27-year-old Janet Garcia is facing a murder charge after her 4-year-old son’s body was found along Interstate 5 in Pierce County on Thursday.

Garcia’s son Ariel was reported missing by a family member on Wednesday in Everett, Wash.

According to court documents, a person close to Garcia reported finding a substantial amount of blood on the floor where Garcia was staying with her son after the two had left the residence.

Clark County deputies interviewed Garcia about the situation and she reportedly told them that her son had fallen off a bed and hit his head in Everett.

According to court documents, she told police that she took her son to a Providence Hospital in Everett, but found the wait was “too long” so she left, dropped her son with a friend in Seattle, and then took a bus to Ridgefield “to get alcohol treatment.”

Deputies noted that they saw blood on Garcia’s shoes and blood specks on her white shirt during her interview, documents said.

On Thursday, detectives said Ariel’s body was found near I-5 with the Snohomish County Medical Examiner determining his cause of death.

Authorities said Garcia was initially charged on Thursday with giving false statements to law enforcement.

According to deputies, Garcia could not articulate any of the locations she said she went to.

On Friday, the Everett Police Department said Garcia is also facing charges of first-degree murder, second-degree murder and first-degree assault of a child.

According to police, they are continuing their investigation, including looking into a vehicle of interest that was found in a business parking lot in the Ridgefield area.


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The mother of a 4-year-old boy who went missing out of Everett and was later found dead was arrested in connection to his death Friday.

Janet Garcia, 27, of Lynnwood, Washington, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and first-degree assault of a child. She was arrested and charged with making a false statement to a public servant in Clark County earlier in the day.

She was booked in the Snohomish County jail Friday night.

The boy, Ariel Garcia, was reported missing by other family members on Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday, the Washington State Patrol sent out a mass alert to the public about his disappearance.

The boy’s body was found in Pierce County along Interstate 5 at 5:55 p.m. on Thursday, according to the Everett Police Department.

“I am completely heartbroken for the family and friends of Ariel Garcia and they will remain in my thoughts as they grieve this unbelievably tragic loss,” said Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin in a press release.

According to documents from the Clark County District Court, Janet Garcia told police her son fell out of a bed and hit his head when they were staying at a friend’s house in Everett. When the friend returned to their house, they found a “substantial amount” of blood and Janet and Ariel were gone.

Janet Garcia was found in Ridgefield, Washington, while law enforcement was searching for her son. There, she told police she tried to take her son to a hospital in Everett after the reported fall, but the wait was too long. She then said she dropped the 4-year-old off at a friend’s house in Seattle.

According to court documents, police noted that while they interviewed Janet Garcia in Ridgefield, there were what appeared to be splatters of blood on her shoes and shirt.

Police said throughout the questioning, Janet Garcia’s answers were “inconsistent and difficult to follow” but continued to say her son had fallen and hit his head.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner will soon determine the cause and manner of death.
Petition for emergency guardianship

Ariel Garcia’s grandmother filed a petition for emergency guardianship in Snohomish County Superior Court on Monday, days before Ariel Garcia went missing. In the petition, the grandmother asked a judge to appoint her Ariel Garcia’s emergency guardian, saying her daughter, Janet Garcia, struggled with alcohol and drug abuse, which had “gotten worse” in the last few months.

The grandmother said Janet Garcia recently took Ariel Garcia with her to drink at a bar with a friend and he was wearing inappropriate clothing for the weather. She also left Ariel Garcia in the care of his 7-year-old brother for a day without proper supervision.

“While she is on drugs, her behavior is unpredictable and I am scared she will harm him in the process,” the grandmother wrote in the petition.


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