Lock her up and throw away the key.
The mother of a Florida girl found dead inside a freezer has been sentenced to 65 years in prison according to the Sun Sentinel.
Keishanna Thomas was sentenced on Wednesday, according to the outlet. She pleaded no contest to second-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and abuse of a dead body.
Authorities told the publication 11-year-old Janiya Thomas was found stuffed inside a freezer in October 2015. The 33-year-old reportedly shipped the padlocked appliance to a family member’s home in Bradenton.
It wasn’t until Thomas’ relatives heard the child was missing that they decided to open the freezer.
The Sun Sentinel obtained a state report revealing the details surrounding the child’s death. According to the documents, Thomas killed the girl through a combination of starving, asphyxiation and drowning.
The pre-teen hadn’t been seen since June 2014, according to the publication.
Child protective services investigators and other such agencies allegedly failed to further investigate reports of violence in the household.