A pregnant woman from Texas and her unborn baby were killed after she severed her baby from her womb.
New Boston Police have been called in regarding the death of a person on Austin Street after 10am.
Her mother, Jessica, who asked to be referred to by her first name only, said that Reagan Hancock was eight and a half months pregnant and was expecting a baby girl in November. Her mother said that her appointment was on the tenth of (November), although she “began to see signs that she was approaching her birth.”
Police said that initial investigations revealed that the fetus had been removed from her body. Her mother was the first to find her after her murder.
Her mother said, “We just want her to remember our beautiful baby and be famous for the wonderful personality she was, and for people to see her she was not worth it.”
Earlier this summer, Hancock, who is already a mother of a three-year-old named Kinley, announced on Facebook that she was expecting a “pretty baby girl” named Braxlynn Sage in November.
A PayPay fundraiser said, “Reagan Hancock and her unborn child were killed by someone Reagan considered a friend.”
New Boston Police said the suspect was subsequently detained by Oklahoma authorities and the Texas Rangers were now investigating the case.
The woman accused of Hancock’s murder showed up at a hospital in Oklahoma with the fetus, which later died, police at Idabel told the KSLA.
Since then, the woman, whose identity has not been revealed yet, has been charged with kidnapping and killing an unborn child, the agency reported. However, more fees may be pending.
Meanwhile, the town was gathering behind the beds.
The two online fundraisers that were circulating on social media raised more than $ 20,000 within days after her death, according to Whitehead, who told Fox News that Homer, Reagan’s husband, was the backbone of their small lawn business.
“Our community is a small town, but in the end we are one community,” she said. “Reagan and the baby, Kinley, Homer and the rest of the family will now be looked after by everyone here.”
She added that the three “have become part of everyone’s family now.”
In addition to Whitehead’s more than $ 12,000 fundraising campaign, another fundraiser initiated by Allen Martin and Janet Harland Ross has since received more than $ 13,000 in funds.
“Thank you all for showing that there is still good in the world,” said Jessica. She added that she was affected by the way in which everyone “comes together to love, pray and support” the family.