Wisconsin woman charged with murder after three decades

Nancy Moronez mug shot

'I can't take kids that constantly cry': Woman is charged with murder after admitting she suffocated her 18-day-old son and two other infants 30 years ago in deaths that were initially ruled as SIDS

Four years after her son's death, Moronez was hired to babysit a 6-month-old boy.

The criminal complaint says the daughter "indicated that the defendant had admitted to her that she had killed her son" by suffocating him with a garbage bag.

After her daughter went to police, investigators learned Moronez was also connected to two other cases where infants were thought to have died from SIDS.

That prompted police to reopen investigations into all three deaths. She added that she "held him down and felt him wriggle a little under the water", charging documents show.

After the baby died and police was summoned, Moronez said she had noticed the baby was unresponsive less than an hour after she put him to sleep face down on a water bed. Moronez said that was bad advice, and that she was "frustrated" and "didn't know where to go".

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She then took the boy out of the tub, dried him off, diapered him and dressed him before calling rescue personnel.

Again, the medical examiner said the cause of death was SIDS, but Moronez told police she used a blanket and that the baby "kind of moved around her hands" as she suffocated.

She told police she smothered the infant, like she had before, with a blanket.

She pointed to a plastic seat on the floor, saying, "There it is", before firefighters found the 2-month-old girl she was babysitting, who was cold, blue and not breathing. Moronez, a resident of Oshkosh, #Wisconsin, confessed to police that she was responsible for three homicides [VIDEO] between 1980 and 1985.

Moronez told investigators "that when her daughter was born she made a promise to God that should would not do anything to her daughter to hurt her if she was crying". One of the firefighters had seen Moronez the year before.

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The 60-year-old mother confessed to the killings this week, telling police that she "can't take kids that constantly cry", according to charging documents.

During questioning, Moronez did not dispute what her daughter told police.

'Yeah, I remember, ' he said.

Moronez was being held on $35,000. She's in custody but no bond has been set yet and she has no attorney listed in court documents.

If convicted, Moronez could be sentenced to up to 20 years for each killing, according to the complaint.

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