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Police Find Mother In Bedroom With Her 10-Year-Old Son; Become On Edge When They See What’s Near Them


A woman’s family become concerned when they realized she had been in the house for quite a long period of time. Feeling unsettled, they called the police to check on the mother and her 10-year-old son.

When they get there, they see her in the bedroom with the young boy. Things got worse when they notice what was next to them both.

No one heard from Sommer Leann Hyatt for sometime, she didn’t answer any calls from her home in Arkansas. The 32-year-old mother had become reclusive in recent days, which was atypical for her, especially since her son hadn’t been seen by anyone either.


Feeling uneasy and concerned from them both, the Saline County Police were called and showed up at the home on April 13 to simply check on them, when they found a bedroom scene that they weren’t exactly expecting. Then, her brother shared a disgusting admission that his sister had told him, which answered one looming question.

Hyatt and her little boy were both found alive, but they were in a bed together. According to Arkansas Online, the mother was acting lethargic, looked pale, and was having difficulty communicating with the officers. Her son seemed to have the same troubles and appearances as she did, but it wasn’t immediately clear as to what was the cause until they looked on the nightstand beside the bed.

Investigators noticed two open medicine bottles labeled Alprazolam and Sertraline, which the pair had presumably consumed. However, that was only after taking Xanax, according to what Hyatt’s brother told police.

The mother had taken 50 Xanax bars, Hyatt’s brother told a sheriff’s deputy, citing information he said his sister told him before the arrival of law enforcement. A first responder told the deputy that Hyatt may have also given her son Xanax.


Authorities found two medicine bottles without lids — one labeled Alprazolam and another labeled Sertraline — on a nightstand, according to the affidavit.

The mother and her son were rushed to the hospital where they are recovering from the terrifying ordeal and finally able to talk to cops. Hyatt admitted that she had tried to kill herself and her child by overdosing on the medication, which she had warned the boy’s father, who is his legal guardian, of doing twice within the last year. Thankfully, her effort to follow through failed, when authorities intervened right in time.

Upon her release from the hospital on Monday, Hyatt was arrested and booked into the Saline County jail for attempted capital murder, introduction into the body of another, and endangering the welfare of a minor.

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