Posted: Oct 15, 2012 5:47 PM by Rachel Cole - firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: Oct 15, 2012 6:45 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI -- Laura Day told contradicting stories as she exited the courtroom Monday morning.
"I did do CPR," Day said. However, police said Day didn't do CPR on the little boy, her stepson, who drowned near Bob Hall Pier nearly two weeks ago.
Day is charged in connection to the drowning death of her 6 year old Taylor Syring.
Monday was her first court appearance since her arrest on October 9th. She bonded out the next day, but was back in court to learn her bond conditions while awaiting trial for Endangering A Child.
Day's husband, the little boy's father urged her not to answer any questions after Monday's hearing.
Judge Bobby Galvan gave her a 9pm-6am curfew and told her to report to a pre-trial officer once a week.
Prosecutors were also adament about her staying away from other children.
"We would like to impose a condition that the defendant have no contact with minor children," Brittany Jensen said.
Day is prohibited from being within 100 yards of any school, church, playground or any other public or private places with children under 17 years of age.
Day has an extensive criminal history that included murder at the age of 17, but she refused to comment on that.
She could face additional charges in this case, pending the results of Taylor Syring's autopsy and the ongoing investigation.
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