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Sandra Kraykovich, 38, and Elizabeth Kraykovich, 64, were arrested in Arizona and charged with first-degree murder.

The Mother and grandmother of a girl who died from a severe lice infestation were charged with her murder.


First responders told investigators that “upon closer inspection it was discovered that there were a tremendous number of lice in her hair.”

Authorities also found text messages showing that the girl’s mother knew she was sick but did nothing about it.

During an interview with police, Sandra said her daughter, who has not been identified, was suffering from anemia, vomiting, fever, headaches and problems keeping her balance.

One of Sandra’s older children told police that their mother tried to treat her younger sister’s hair lice with mouthwash.

Phone records show the neglected mother texted her boyfriend on March 14 and 15 knowing her son needed medical attention.


The ruthless couple were arrested for child abuse after emergency personnel found the 9-year-old girl unconscious “with a large number of bugs on her face” at their Tuscon home on March 22, according to court documents reported by LawandCrime. .com.

On March 21, police said Sandra texted her boyfriend saying, “Oh my God, honey. Listen, I’m in my room and my mom called me. Wondering if she could check on me for make sure he wasn’t dying.

When her boyfriend told her to take the sick girl to the hospital, Sandra refused, police said.

The girl’s grandmother also knew how serious her condition was and threatened to call 911, but ultimately decided against it, texting Sandra telling Sandra that the girl “can’t go to the ER with her hair, but that’s left to me because you’re not home.


According to the autopsy, the young woman died of anemia linked to a lice infection and that malnutrition contributed to her death.

The Pima County Medical Examiner determined the nine-year-old’s cause of death to be negligence.

Sandra’s children, aged 11 and 13, were also found to be suffering from a lice infestation and are now in the custody of family members.

Police said that during an interview, Sandra admitted negligence and told an officer that “if she had sought medical attention, she would probably still be alive,” according to an affidavit.

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