Police Confirm Arrest of Mother Accused of Killing Two Children in the United Kingdom

Mother Suspected of Killing Children Apprehended in the United Kingdom

A Colorado woman, Kimberlee Singler, accused of killing her two young children and attempting to harm a third, has been arrested in the United Kingdom, Colorado Springs officials reported. Singler, 35, was wanted on charges including murder, attempted murder, and child abuse.

The incident unfolded when police responded to a reported burglary on December 19, discovering Singler’s 7-year-old son and 9-year-old daughter dead at the scene. Singler and her 11-year-old daughter were also found injured. As the investigation progressed, it was revealed that the initial burglary report was unfounded.

The Colorado Springs Police Department issued an arrest warrant on Tuesday, but Singler disappeared during the investigation. Although not under surveillance, she was last seen in Colorado Springs on December 23.

The details of her arrest in the United Kingdom remain undisclosed, but authorities confirm collaboration with multiple law enforcement agencies. Singler’s surviving daughter, initially hospitalized, has been released and is recovering in Colorado Springs.

The tragic deaths occurred amid an ongoing legal dispute between Singler and her ex-husband over parenting and other matters.

Arrest of Colorado Mother in the United Kingdom

Kimberlee Singler, the Colorado mother suspected of killing her two children and attempting to murder a third, has been arrested in the United Kingdom, according to local police.

An arrest warrant was issued after Singler’s 7-year-old son and 9-year-old daughter were found dead at their home, and her 11-year-old daughter was hospitalized. Singler was taken into custody “without incident” at an undisclosed location in the UK, as announced by the Colorado Springs Police Department.

The homicide unit of the Colorado Springs Police Department is collaborating with various law enforcement agencies for the ongoing investigation. Singler, initially treated as a burglary victim, became a suspect as the inquiry progressed. She was cooperative initially but ceased cooperation, making it challenging for authorities to contact her.

The surviving 11-year-old daughter has been released from the hospital and is recovering, separated from her mother.

Singler faces multiple charges, including four counts of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder. The charges were doubled due to the age of the children being under 12. More details about the arrest are expected to be revealed in a subsequent news conference.

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