Mother Wanted for Alleged Murder of Her Two Children, Attempted Murder of Third

A Colorado mother, aged 35, is currently being pursued by authorities after being accused of killing two of her children and attempting to murder a third, who survived but was injured in the horrifying incident, according to law enforcement officials. The Colorado Springs police were initially called to the residence of Kimberlee Singler on Palomino Ranch Point in response to a reported burglary around 12:30 a.m. on December 19.

Upon their arrival, officers discovered Singler and her 11-year-old daughter, both injured. A more gruesome discovery was made when they found the lifeless bodies of her 9-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son. Singler and her surviving daughter received immediate medical attention at the scene before being transported to local hospitals. The specific circumstances surrounding the children’s deaths have not yet been disclosed.

Initially, Singler was permitted to leave the hospital as she was considered a victim, and there was no sufficient cause to detain her. However, as the investigation progressed, it became clear that the initial burglary report was baseless, according to statements made to USA Today by the police. Singler has since been identified as the primary suspect in the case.

On Tuesday, homicide detectives secured an arrest warrant for Singler, who was last seen at a relative’s home on Saturday, as per police reports. Her current location remains unknown. The Violent Offender Fugitive Task Force of the police department is actively searching for Singler.

Singler is facing a multitude of charges, including four counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder, two counts of child abuse, and first-degree assault. The court has set her bond at $10 million.

The shocking incident has left the community in disbelief. One neighbor, Daniel Lane, expressed his shock to local media, describing the neighborhood as typically quiet and close-knit. He recalled the children playing outside, building a snowman just a week prior. The unsettling situation has left him questioning the safety of his own home.

Authorities have confirmed that the 11-year-old survivor is receiving care. They are urging anyone with information about Singler’s whereabouts to contact the Colorado Springs police or Crime Stoppers to provide anonymous tips.