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Rachel Henry is an Arizona lady who is blamed for executing her three little kids at their home in Phoenix. Henry was captured after her children — a 7-month old young girl, a 2-year-old young girl, and a 3-year-old boy — were discovered dead on Monday, 20 January 2020.

Rachel Milan Henry is a native of San Diego, California. She was living in Oklahoma until recently. Phoenix Police said in an announcement. Henry has been set up for prison on three tallies of first-degree murder.


She is 22 years old.


She was graduated in 2011 from Prague High School in Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City. Henry studied to be a certified nursing assistant at the Gordon Cooper Technology Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma, as per her Facebook profile. She started her studies there while still in secondary school and graduated in May 2019. Henry is jobless, a Maricopa District investigator said in court.

Rachel Henry Killed Her 3 Young children

Rachel blamed for executing her three kids in Phoenix sang to her Children as she covered them to death, as per court records.

The kids have been distinguished by the Maricopa County Office of the Restorative Analyst as Zane Henry, Mireya Henry, and Catalaya Rios. Relatives told police the kids had been sick before in the day, a police representative said at a question and answer session.

Investigators said the three children were found unresponsive Monday night at the home at 24th Street and Southern in Phoenix. Officers were responding to a 911 call for “unknown trouble” at the home and found the kids just inside the front door in a living room area.

Police Statement

Phoenix Police reacted to a 911 call at 2520 East Vineyard Street about 7:20 p.m. on 20 January 2020, as indicated by court archives. The guest, an unidentified female, told police three kids were dead inside the home. Officials, firemen and EMS workforce showed up and decided the children were expired.

One of the other adult residents of the home told police the children had last been seen alive at 2 p.m. The children’s mother, Rachel Henry, had told the relative that she would put the kids down for a nap while the relative went to pick up the other adult resident from work, according to the probable cause affidavit filed by police. At 3 p.m., when the other adults returned, Henry was holding her 7-month-old daughter and her 3-year-old son and 1-year-old daughter appeared to be sleeping on the couch in the living room. Henry told the relative she would be taking the 7-month-old into her room for a nap and the relative did not see the baby awake again after that.

Police said in the probable cause statement, “Rachel admitted to smothering each child starting with the one-year-old female.” She told police she was playing with the 1-year-old girl, wrestling on top of her, and “felt the 1-year-old female’s breathing was obstructed but continue to impede her breath by placing her hand over (her) mouth. Rachel stated (the girl) kicked as she did so, while the 3-year-old male yelled no at her in an attempt to get her to stop.”

Autopsy results have not yet been released by the Maricopa County Office of the Medical Examiner.

Rachel Arrested

Rachel is being held in the Maricopa County Prison in Phoenix on $3 million bails, as per online records. She was accused of three counts of first-degree murder.

Henry showed up on 21 January and had the charges perused to her by a judge. She has not yet been named a lawyer. As indicated by The Arizona Republic, Henry muttered delicately to the judge during the court hearing. She asked, “I’m not getting released?” in the wake of learning her bond had been set at $3 million. The judge revealed to her she would need to post 10 percent of the bond in insurance, the paper reports.


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Caroline Burke

Caroline Burke is a daily wikis Author based in New York, USA. She is an Article writer, and breaking news reporter for a daily newspaper in NewYork, and her award-winning work has appeared in many magazines, websites, newspaper, and online publications.

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