HOUSTON (NEXSTAR) — Prosecutors say a Houston woman has been accused of supplying her 6-12 months-previous son lethal doses of drugs and in excess of the counter medicine after having out two lifetime insurance coverage policies on the boy.

Prosecutors allege Ashley Marks consistently drugged her son in June.

Marks has been billed with funds murder and was staying held without bond. Court data did not record an legal professional for her.  

A Kid Protective Services report attained by KPRC states that even though her son and his younger sister were being being with their grandfather for two months they both of those contracted tuberculosis. Marks allegedly showed up and gave medication to her son, but his sister refused.

In excess of the upcoming two times the well being of the boy, recognized by KPRC as Jason Sanchez-Marks, sharply declined. He commenced vomiting and endured from hallucinations and sleeplessness, in accordance to the report. Marks allegedly returned to the house two times to administer NyQuil. Jason’s health continued to worsen and he died a couple days afterwards.

In accordance to courtroom documents, an autopsy dominated the boy’s death a murder after acquiring harmful amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine and various antihistamines.

Investigators allege Marks had taken out two existence insurance policies procedures, each worth $50,000, for her son and she was the sole beneficiary.

The guidelines ended up taken out about a month right before the boy’s death.

The Involved Press contributed to this report.