Smyrna Woman Indicted in Murder of Children Left Inside a Hot Car

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The February grand jury has indicted a Smyrna woman accused of leaving her children in her car back in August. The children died from the extreme heat inside the vehicle. Twenty-five year old Samantha Harper faces two counts of felony murder in the death of three-year old Daniel and two-year old Savannah Marise. Smyrna Police reported to WGNS back in August the children were left in the car outside Harper's Old Nashville Highway home and she went inside and fell asleep. When the woman woke up several hours later, she found the children deceased inside the car. Harper, who has been at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center since the tragedy, will be in general sessions court Tuesday to be arraigned.
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