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911 Records Released in Case against Mother Accused of Serious Crimes after Contentious Divorce

By Skupin Law Group, PLLC  Jan. 27, 2014 3:32p

The recordings of 911 calls relating to a case against a woman facing a number of criminal charges, including murder, were recently released. The incident happened on Christmas Day and police say the woman, C.V., told them that she didn't want her ex -husband to have custody of their four children. The 911 calls were made by C.V.'s ex-husband, A.V., after he tried to pick up his children on Christmas per the former couple's finalized divorce agreement. He told authorities that he came to C.V.'s house, knocked on the door and his ex-wife answered but none of his children were in sight. She told him that they were getting their shoes on and he began to walk into the home when C.V. allegedly stepped behind him and stabbed him multiple times. He was able to get back to his vehicle and call 911 to let them know what happened and that he was driving himself to the hospital. As he was being treated, authorities arrived at the woman's house to discover that the former couple's eldest daughter, 13 years old, was dead. C.V. was taken into custody and the three other children ages 8, 3 and 5 were taken to the hospital to be checked out. The younger children were found to have trace amounts of opiates in their systems. Police reports state that C.V. told them she had suffocated her eldest daughter when she refused to take prescription narcotic drugs. The children's father was treated for non-life threatening injuries and released. His surviving three children are now in his custody as his ex-wife faces charges for one count of murder and four counts of attempted murder. If you wish to seek a temporary order on an emergency basis or to make changes to existing child custody or other divorce agreements then consult with a divorce attorney as soon as possible.

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