Bond For Michigan Mother Accused of Killing 3-Year-Old Son Set at $1 Million

Flint, Michigan – A Michigan mother is being held on a $1 million bond for the death of her 3-year-old son, as reported by authorities. Latonya Thomas, 27, faces charges of first-degree child abuse in connection with the case.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office stated that Thomas is currently in custody at the Oakland County Jail. According to officials, the incident took place at a residence on Perry Place, where deputies responded to a 911 call regarding an unresponsive child identified as Zaveion Thomas on April 25th.

Upon arrival, authorities attempted to administer CPR to Zaveion before he was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced deceased. An autopsy later confirmed that the child had sustained injuries consistent with assault, leading to his death being ruled as a homicide by the sheriff’s office.

Sheriff Michael Bouchard expressed deep concern over cases involving abused children, emphasizing the importance of holding those responsible fully accountable for their actions. Through their investigation, detectives determined that Latonya Thomas had assaulted her son, resulting in the fatal injuries.

Thomas was taken into custody without incident by the Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Apprehension Team. The case continues to be a tragic reminder of the devastating consequences of child abuse and the need for swift justice in such circumstances.