A Tucson mother who is facing murder charges in the death of her 6-month-old daughter, Wyllow Brewer, is back in jail.
Brewer now faces additional charges unrelated to the death of Wyllow.
On Thursday she was booked on fraud charges from the U.S. Postal Inspector, according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department. Brewer appeared in video court on Thursday. Her bond was not set and she will have another hearing on Monday.
At noon on February 19th, deputies responded to the 2900 block of West Katapa Trail for a report of a 6-month-old girl who was not breathing.
Members of the Mountain Vista Fire District arrived on scene and transported the Wyllow Brewer to Banner University Medical Center where she was pronounced dead.
According to an interim complaint, deputies say that the child had the following injuries:
...several bruises throughout her body. She had trauma to her nose and mouth. Her nose was red and she had bruising in her gums and lips. Her right humerus (right arm by her elbow) was grossly displaced (broken) with a severe infection.
Other court documents show doctors told investigators that the infant had injuries "inconsistent with her ambulatory ability" at age six months.