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The murders of two young New York children who were stabbed to death were masked under a stream of clothes in a bathtub running water, according to police.
The bodies of the boys - Deshawn Fleming, 3, and Octavius ​​Canada, 11 months old - were found by their father at a homeless shelter in the Bronx on Saturday night, police told the New York Post. The gruesome discovery came nearly an hour after police rushed her mother to the hospital.
"Despite the best efforts of officers, both children succumbed to their injuries," NYPD Deputy Chief Louis De Ceglie said at a news conference.
Officials responded to an emergency call around 7:20 p.m. via a carbon monoxide detector to find the boys' mother, 22-year-old Dimone Fleming, naked and unpredictable, police told the Post. According to the New York Daily News, Fleming had attempted to burn "rocks" in the stove — possibly charcoal — which likely set off the alarm.
While they were in the third floor apartment, they turned off the running water in the bathtub full of clothes, unaware that the boys were there. Fleming was taken to a local hospital and officers were told the boys were with their father, who was on the fourth floor of the building at the time of the initial call.
"There was nothing obvious to suggest there were dead children there," an NYPD source told the Post. "There was no blood"
When he returned to the apartment, the father discovered the bodies of the boys - with stab wounds to their necks - and frantically called for help, according to the Post. He and the house staff quickly called the police again, who arrived just before 8 p.m. to find the father trying to perform CPR on them. Officers and rescue workers also attempted to resuscitate the children and took them to another local hospital, but the children were pronounced dead.
"The police officers who responded - I think they did a great job," De Ceglie said. "It's something they have to live with and think about, probably for the rest of their lives."
Fleming is considered a person of interest in the case and is in custody, although no charges have been filed as of Sunday afternoon. The boy's father was cooperative with police, according to the Post, saying he left the apartment and slept in his car after an argument with Fleming the day before.
Witnesses told the Post they saw Fleming running in circles and acting irrationally, mumbling to himself.
"She walked and stopped and turned and walked and stopped with both hands on the back of her head! To say, 'What have I done?! What have I done?!'” said Francis Pimentel, who was waiting for a taxi in front of the building. "I walked up to her and said, 'Miss, are you alright?' and she stopped and looked at me, her face was mad and then she just kept pacing and stopped and said, 'What did I do? !, What I did?!'"
While police had responded to a previous domestic incident involving Fleming, she had no history of mental health problems, according to the Daily News.
Neighbor Charlotte Obiri, 47, told the New York Times the image of the boys being taken out of the building stuck in her brain, causing them to "throw up."
"They brought the baby out and worked on him — and then they brought the little boy out on a stretcher and he looked lifeless," Obiri said. “He was naked and looked lifeless. I still see the image in my head.”
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