Woman charged with murder after reportedly putting children in oven

The mother said she left her three sons home for 11 hours with a cousin watching them though police and neighbors believe the children were left home alone

She is accused of killing her two youngest sons "by placing them in an oven and turning it on", according to an arrest warrant.

He said Williams called him Friday night, "and she is like, they're dead".

Lamora Williams, 24, allegedly killed 1-year-old Ja'Karter Williams and 2-year-old Ke'Younte Penn on October 13, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

According to authorities in Fulton County, the bodies of 1-year-old Jakarter Penn and 2-year-old Keyounte Penn were found in their apartment over the weekend.

"Mora wasn't right, she hasn't been right and what happened three months ago, that the kids father left her, I told him something tragic is going to happen", Brenda Williams said.

However, "at this time investigators do not believe the children's mother left them with a caregiver", the statement says. Smith told her to call the police, but she called Mr Penn via video instead.

Williams did not show up to her first court appearance Monday.

"Nobody could tell what she was going through", Smith said.

Police removed the stove and oven from the apartment.

Penn first met with Jose at a vigil with friends and family Saturday night.

Penn said Lamora showed him the scene over video and told him the boys were dead.

"Ja'karter, Keyante, my world, my everything. I'm lost", he said.

Williams' mother also told FOX her daughter has a long history of mental illness.

'She don't ever have anybody here with these children, ' the neighbor said.

Family members said they tried to visit Williams on Sunday but weren't allowed to see her.

Williams had reportedly recently quit her job because she couldn't find a babysitter, reports the Daily Mail.

A United States mum has been arrested after allegedly putting her toddler sons in the oven, cooking them alive and then sending their father footage of the aftermath.

Williams' sister, Tabitha Hollingsworth, said Williams is at risk and should be put on suicide watch in the Fulton County jail, where she remains without bond.

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