Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney was given meth and sedative before she was murdered, autopsy finds

by Editorial Team

Little Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney was given meth and a sedative before she was killed and left in a dumpster, an investigator testified.

The disturbing details about the murder of the 3-year-old Alabama child were revealed Tuesday during a preliminary hearing for Patrick Stallworth, who is facing a capital murder charge.

Kamille vanished on Oct. 12 while playing outside a housing community in Birmingham. Her body was found 10 days later.

Birmingham Police Detective Jonathan Ross revealed in court that an autopsy found meth and the anti-depressant Trazodone in her system, according to news outlets. It was determined that she died by asphyxiation.

Stallworth’s girlfriend Derick Brown is also charged with capital murder. Investigators said a plastic mattress cover at the couple’s apartment had a blood stain and DNA from Stallworth, Brown and the child.

Authorities say Kamille was abducted after a man and a woman in a vehicle were seen handing out candy at the birthday party that Kamille was attending. A 10-year-old child told police that he saw her in a blue SUV.

Ross testified that store video showed Stallworth buying nearly $20 worth of candy beforehand.

A judge ruled during Tuesday’s hearing in Jefferson County that there was enough evidence to send the case to a grand jury.

More than 1,200 people attended the funeral for Kamille in October.

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