Dorothy Flood has been identified as the 55-year-old Tucson, Arizona woman who was arrested for allegedly murdering her 8-year-old twin grandsons: Jaden and Jordan Webb.
According to the Pima County Sheriff’s Office said, Flood was arrested by authorities on Friday, April 5, in connection to the deaths of Jaden and Jordan Webb, who were found dead from apparent gunshot wounds on Thursday, April 4.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Office said that both Jaden and Jordan Webb were found dead of gunshot wounds at a home in the 2400 block of West Kessler Place by Northwest Fire District officials around 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 4. The boys were reportedly found in two separate bedrooms.
Additionally, Flood was also found in the home unresponsive with symptoms of a drug overdose.
According to local news outlet KOLD-TV, Flood has become the primary guardians of Jaden and Jordan Webb after their mother took her own life a few years ago.
Speaking to KOLD-TV, Chandra McCord — a co-worker and friend of Flood’s — said that Dorothy “loved those grandkids” and that her office was filled with pictures of the two.
“You could see the fear that she had of the future. She was afraid she wasn’t going to be able to handle it. We just wish she would have reached out. To any one of us at any time,” McCord said.
Following her arrest, Flood was taken to the nearby Pima County Jail, where she currently remains without bond.
Flood, 55-years-old, has since been charged with two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of Jaden and Jordan Webb.
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