RED, wash. – The young mother raised her voice for the first time since making the decision to kill her baby earlier this week.
Valentine’s Day‘s Over the weekend, Kamaria Weston, a single teenage mom, wanted to spend some time with her boyfriend.
“I was just happy to be free. “I thought, ‘OK, my baby is fine, let me have some fun,'” said Weston.
He left his 3-month-old son, Az Azon, with a close friend in Redmond, whom he had known for most of his life. The friend was older than him and he was a mother. Weston said he was his dole too.
“He was there when az azon was born, he cut his umbilical cord,” Weston explained.
He said Az Azon had been with his 20-year-old boyfriend 24 a 24-year-old boyfriend for three days. Everything seemed to be going well.
“I talked to them literally several times a day,” he explained.
But then his friend suddenly stopped answering him. Later that morning, Weston heard that a baby had been found in his friend Redmond apartment complex.
“At first I’m like, ‘By no means is this my child.’
But he was still terrified and worried, because it was the same morning when his friend did not answer. “I called both of them more than 100 times,” Weston said.
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Neither his friend nor his friend’s friend answered him. Then came the call, which changed everything. Detectives told us that az azone is no more!
Weston said he had never heard from the couple that his friend had blocked his number. Redmond police said there were two suspects, but no arrests had been made.
“I want to offend him, but I can not. “I just want them to close.”
This week, the medical investigator’s office called the death of ruled azon a murder, noting that the cause of death was dehydration.
“I did not believe it for the longest time, until I saw him face to face, ‘oh, he really went.’
Weston said he last saw his baby before his cremation.
“I really could not enter the room. I had to be kept there to be there. I’m just glad to see him and say goodbye. “
Weston, who turned 18 this week, said he was raised by his grandmother, who died at the age of 15.
“I have lived a lot, I am surprised I did not give up,” he said.
His son’s death turned his life upside down, but he said he was trying to get through it harder.
“It simply came to our notice then. Well, you have to put your life together, you throw it away for 16, 17 years. You are now 18 years old, you have to put it together, you are no longer a child! ”
The Redmond police said the investigation is ongoing. If you have any information, please contact them at (425) -556-2500 or submit an anonymous reference.
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