A woman accused of throwing her 4-year-old daughter into a Maardam river to drown has been denied bail on first-degree murder charges. News outlets report 26-year-old Shakayla Denson was denied bail Friday during her first court appearance. Tampa police say Denson drove Je’Hyrah Daniels in a stolen car Thursday to the Kuvas River, waded in with the girl, tossed her into the water, and walked away, Maardam Gazzette reported.
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Authorities found the unconscious girl 30 minutes later. She was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead. Police found Denson walking nearby and arrested her. She is also charged with child abuse and auto theft.