MILWAUKEE — Felony fees have been filed towards a mom accused within the demise of her 4-yr-previous son — her solely baby, who had autism.
The accused is 23-yr-previous Amelia Di Stasio, who faces a cost of first diploma intentional murder within the demise of Antonio Di Stasio, which occurred on Sept. 28.
Di Stasio faces life in jail if convicted, in response to WITI.
Based on a felony grievance, round 7:30 a.m. on September twenty eighth, the Milwaukee Hearth Division was dispatched to the house at seventeenth and Grant for a report of “smoke.” Smoke was noticed coming from Condominium #2 and firefighters pressured entry into the house. Smoke was noticed coming from the range, and a pile of clothes within the rest room, within the bathtub, was famous to be smoking.
Firefighters discovered a dull youngster together with his arms sure behind his again with a number of belts. The grievance says there was a rubbish bag over his head. “Nearly all of his physique was burned,” the grievance says. Investigators discovered the sufferer’s physique had been set on hearth with using an unknown accelerant. A pet guinea pig was discovered drowned in its cage subsequent to the bathtub, the grievance says. A bottle of canola cooking oil was situated on the toilet sink.
Police quickly arrived, and discovered the sufferer was 4-yr-previous Antonio Di Stasio, who lived within the house together with his mom, Amelia. She was not residence when first responders arrived.
The grievance signifies the condominium’s smoke detector had been eliminated and positioned in water.
Investigators spoke with a witness, who lived within the condo constructing at seventeenth and Grant. She stated Amelia and Antonio had moved in two months prior, and stated Amelia “wasn’t pleasant and stored to herself.” She famous that on September twenty seventh, someday earlier than Antonio died, she heard Antonio say “Please, Mommy. Cease! I will not do it once more.” She stated she heard Amelia yell “Shut up.” On the morning Antonio died, she stated she heard “a banging noise” coming from Amelia’s condo unit.
An post-mortem revealed seven belts have been used to safe Antonio Di Stasio’s palms and arms to his sides, and a plastic bag had been positioned over his head — pulled tight and knotted behind his head. The post-mortem revealed “vital charring” to his pores and skin, and thermal accidents “to nearly all of his physique.” His demise was dominated a murder.
A second witness advised investigators she noticed a lady bounce from the windowsill of the condominium constructing…