BCSO: Woman charged with killing her child tried to get bus ticket out of town

Egypt Moneeck Robinson, the woman accused of killing her 3-year-old son to save him from a biblical flood, had allegedly sought a bus ticket to get out of town after the child's death, according to recently released reports.

Egypt Moneeck Robinson

A woman accused of killing her 3-year-old son to save him from a biblical flood had allegedly sought a bus ticket to get out of town after the child’s death, according to recently released reports

PANAMA CITY — A woman accused of killing her 3-year-old son to save him from a biblical flood had allegedly sought a bus ticket to get out of town after the child’s death, according to recently released reports.

Egypt Moneeck Robinson, 27, has been charged with murder in connection with the death of her son, Aries Juan Acevedo. The boy’s body was discovered last week after he allegedly was stuffed into a suitcase and thrown in a swamp behind a home at 7023 Benton Drive in Callaway where Robinson was living.

She allegedly admitted to killing Acevedo to save him from a biblical “Noah’s Ark”-type flood after she was taken into custody, according to the Bay County Sheriff’s Office.

Robinson is being held at the Bay County Jail without bond. She declined Tuesday to be interviewed for this article.

Sheriff Frank McKeithen said after Robinson’s arrest that “ritualistic sacrifice” was being investigated as a possible motive in the child’s death. He has declined to elaborate since then.

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