According to police, officers were sent to the 21-year-old's home after receiving a report of 'unknown trouble'.
When officers arrived, Burns' son was "crying hysterically" and bleeding uncontrollably from his anus. He was rushed to Phoenix Children's Hospital for examination.
After the examination, doctors told investigators that a vibrator or similar object was lodged deep inside the child's rectum. They also noticed injuries around the boys anus that resembled someone using a clothes hanger to possibly remove the object.
During the interview with detectives, Burns said that she was at a park with her son earlier in the day. She said an unknown 12-year-old boy walked up to her son and made him cry, but she didn't know exactly what happened because she was looking at her phone. All she knew was that he started crying, and that was it. Burns, possibly referring to 2011, when the same child was taken from her, went on say that she worked hard to get her son back and that she wouldn't do anything to hurt him.
Officers found no evidence of Burns being at a park that day or that a 12-year-old could have rolled up on Burns, take the two-year-old, remove his pants and diaper, shove a vibrator all the way up his anus until it disappeared, put the diaper back on, put the pants back on, and leave in ten seconds.
Burns was only charged with sexual conduct with a minor and child abuse. Wow.