Elina Gutti, 38, murdered her little boy and left his body in his bedroom early Feb. 6, ha detto la polizia.
She then called cops to her South Bound Brook home around 2:30 a.m., whining about “unexplained injuries on her wrist,” secondo la polizia.
When officers arrived, Gutti met them with blood on her hands, according to the charging document.
The cops then searched the house, finding Gutti’s son, Aiden Singhania, con “severe lacerations to his throat” and two bloody kitchen knives on the floor next to his bed, hanno detto le autorità. The child was pronounced dead just after 3:15 a.m., ha detto la polizia.
Gutti was emotionless when talking to cops after the boy’s body was found, only saying, “This is pretty serious,” according to NJ.com.
The mother had recently told her ex-husband she was depressed, the report added.
A grand jury handed up an indictment Thursday charging Gutti with first-degree murder and two counts of third-degree possession of a weapon, Somerset County Prosecutor Michael Robertson announced.