Bodies of two kids found in bedroom with arms, legs, and neck tied up after 'several hang-up calls to 911'

THE bodies of two children have been found with their arms, legs and neck tied up after several hang-up calls to 911 from inside the home, police say.

Odette Lysse Joassain, 41, was arrested after her five-tear-old daughter and three-year-old son were found dead in a Miami home on Tuesday.



Officials say that before they showed up, Joassain had made several calls to 911 but would hang up.

She allegedly appeared irrational when police arrived at the home and said "Come get them. I don’t want them anymore.”

“[Officers] found a female who appeared to be irate or going through a crisis,” said Miami Police Officer Michael Vega.

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The children, Laura and Jeffrey, were found tied up and unresponsive inside a bedroom, as reported by Local 10 News.

They were in a prone position and had their arms, legs and neck tied.

Following resuscitation attempts, they were declared dead at the scene.

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The children's father told Local 10 News he had reported Joassain to the Florida Department of Children and Families, but the claim is unconfirmed.

He was pictured outside the Miami home on Wednesday morning holding a picture of the children.

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Joassain faces two counts of first-degree murder.

The investigation is ongoing.

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