OCALA, FL (WALB) - A Florida judge said no bond would be issued for the mother at the center of an Amber Alert issued after her toddler was found dead and three other children went missing.
Authorities also released the name of the woman's toddler who died.
Clarion Garrison told a judge in Marion County, FL during a first appearance Thursday morning she would waive extradition to Albany, GA.
She also said she would wait until she returns to Albany before requesting an attorney.
Garrison, 28, surrendered to officers around 9 p.m. Wednesday in Ocala FL, after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation issued an Amber Alert for three of her children.
A fourth child of Garrison's, a two-year-old girl, was found dead in an apartment in Albany earlier the same day.
The dead two-year-old was identified Thursday as Nyelle Garrison.
Investigators said the child's body was hidden inside the home, and it had been at least two days since the girl died.
Georgia's Dougherty District Attorney Greg Edwards said charges were expected against Garrison, and that she is a person of interest in the death case.