We have a roundup for you on all the top crime stories you need to know about right now. We’re going to meet a Montana mom who drowned both of her kids on purpose (and it wasn’t the first time she tried to kill them), and we’re also going to go into all the details you need to know about missing mom Savannah Spurlock, whose remains were just found.
Plus, we have some more news you need to be aware of, like a teen who was murdered by her mom’s boyfriend, and right before he killed her she texted “he’s in my room.”
Buckle up for this first story because it’s going to seriously infuriate you when you hear about what this mom was capable of doing to not one, but two of her own children.
Tulare County Sheriff’s Department; pictured above is mom Sherri Renee Telnas, who drowned both of her children recently
45-year-old Sherri Renee Telnas is pictured above looking pretty smug in her mugshot. This Montana mom lives in Visalia, California, after moving west of Montana back in 2012.
On the Saturday before 4th of July weekend, a woman called 911 at around 5 in the morning to report something quite strange.
Sherri’s neighbor called 911 to report her doing something strange in the early hours with her two boys
The caller said that they witnessed a mom acting really bizarrely as she walked with two children across a street and into a cornfield.
This caller was the woman’s neighbor, and she had no idea why this mom was walking her kids into a cornfield at 5 in the morning, but something was definitely not right.
At 5:30 that morning, officers arrived on Avenue 184 in Porterville, in the 18900 block area.
Right there in an irrigation ditch beside the field of corn, officers found two boys laying unresponsive in the early morning light.
The neighbor who had made the call to 911 was frantically attempting to revive both of the boys, along with their grandmother who had come out to the field.
Sherri drowned 12-year-old Jackson and 7-year-old Jacob in an irrigation ditch nearby the cornfield across the street from their house in California