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Mother Accused of Killing Four of Her Children and Their Father

A woman in Atlanta was arrested Thursday in connection with the stabbing deaths of four of her children and their father.

According to the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office, Isabel Martinez, 33, is being charged with six counts of aggravated assault and five counts each of murder and malice murder.

Martinez is being detained without bond at the Gwinnett County Jail for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

A fifth child, Diana Romero, 9, was wounded in the incident, and was reportedly in serious but stable condition at a children’s hospital in Atlanta, according to a Friday report.

The children – who ranged in age from 2 to 10 years of age – and their father were discovered shortly before 5 a.m. at a home near Loganville, Georgia.

Martin Romero, 33, was identified as the adult victim.

Police declined to discuss the suspect’s motive.

“This is a horrendous crime not only for the victims but for the extended family, neighborhood and community,” police said. “We are hoping and praying that the remaining victim survives.”

Investigators obtained a search warrant for the residence and began conducting interviews in the neighborhood.

A relative of the family who wished to remain anonymous told CNN that the family had recently returned from a vacation, and Martinez had been depressed over the death of her father.

Neighbor Rafael Ramirez said that Martinez had been “acting bizarre” and experience hallucinations since her father died about three weeks ago.

Martinez reportedly spoke to a pastor at a local church on Thursday morning.

Jim Hollandsworth, a neighbor who works at an after-school program attended by the children, said that the family has lived in the community for about three or four months and has relatives in the area.

In her first court appearance on Friday, Martinez declined legal representation.

Despite the nature of the crimes which she has been accused of, Martinez looked directly into the television cameras, shook her head and smiled as the judge read her charges.

At one point, the judge paused and told Martinez to stop “playing to the cameras.”