PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - New details have been released in the case against a Portsmouth mother accused of killing her 1-month-old son.
Court documents obtained by WAVY.com accuse Keisha Christina Holmes of smothering her infant son at Holy Trinity Church located on Thorne Street in Portsmouth around 12:30 p.m. Aug. 7 with a pillow.
The infant, Jonathan Isaiah Omovbo, was transported to Maryview Hospital where he was pronounced dead an hour later.
The documents said Holmes admitted to the killing, stating she was read her Miranda rights and gave a full confession.
Holmes was arrested later in the evening and charged with first degree murder.
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