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Mom who ditched ‘evil’ disabled son, then fled country with rest of family slapped with murder charge

A Texas grand jury has indicted a mother in the murder of her 6-year-old disabled son a year after he was last seen. Prosecutors are hopeful that this will expedite her return from India, where she and her family emigrated days before an Amber Alert was issued for the missing child. 

Cindy Rodriguez-Singh is accused of two counts of injury to a child and one count of abandoning a child without intent to return in addition to capital murder charges handed down by the Tarrant County grand jury on Monday. 

Just after giving birth to twins last November, Rodriguez-Singh applied for passports for her six other children, but not Noel Rodriguez-Álvarez, authorities previously told told People

 

Also in April, on the same day the family left the country, Arshdeep Singh was charged with felony theft for reportedly stealing $10,000 from an employer on March 22, per Law & Crime. 

A candlelight vigil for Noel was held on Monday in Everman.

Christina Coulter is a U.S. and World reporter for Fox News Digital. Email story tips to christina.coulter@fox.com.

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