Cruel Mother Shot And Killed Her 11-Year-Old Son Later Packed His Body In Suitcase And Threw It On A Bridge

Mar 25, 2020 9:55 PM ET

Murder suspect Letecia Stauch is confronting various extra charges after specialists found the remaining parts of her stepson, Gannon Stauch, in Florida on Wednesday.

As indicated by El Paso County Deputy District Attorney-

Michael Allen, Stauch stands blamed for murdering her 11-year-old stepson, Gannon, who vanished from his Colorado Springs home on January 27. Stauch was captured not long ago for the assumed passing of Ganoon.

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office in Florida reached the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday to report an expired kid discovered north of Pensacola, The Denver Channel reports.

Extra charges trailed the District One Medical Examiner played out a post-mortem examination on human stays found in Pace, Florida, and likely recognized Gannon Stauch.

Today, I documented new proper charges on account of Letecia Stauch. Those charges are murder in the main degree afterthought, a class one crime that conveys a potential jail sentence of life in jail without any chance to appeal, Allen said.

Notwithstanding that, I recorded eight tallies of the wrongdoing of viciousness, for the supposed utilization of a gun, an obtuse tool, a blade or other sharp article, and for causing the passing of Gannon Stauch.


Allen included the new charges that have been added to the first four charges documented against Stauch, which incorporate first-degree murder, messing with physical proof, altering a human body, and youngster misuse.

Gannon was being taken care of by his stepmother when he vanished from his Colorado Springs region neighborhood. In spite of the fact that Stauch revealed to CrimeOnline she didn’t have anything to do with his vanishing, Allen said during a court hearing not long ago that specialists have more than 600 bits of proof against her.

Stauch is in a correctional facility without bail

Then, Gannon’s maternal auntie expressed that Gannon had been stuff in a bag and tossed out like rubbish. The El Paso County Sheriff’s Department declined to remark on the subtleties of the case.

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