Complaint: Milwaukee mother fatally burned 4-year-old son

Vigil for Antonio Di Stasio

Vigil for Antonio Di Stasio

"(A) majority of his body was burned", a criminal complaint obtained by Fox 6 News said.

The origin of the fire was the bath tub, and the victim's body was set afire by an unknown accelerant, the complaint says. Investigators found a bottle of canola cooking oil on the bathroom sink, according to the complaint. They said the smoke detector had been removed and submerged into water.

Police have recognized youthful Antonio as the casualty.

An autopsy revealed that the boy's hands and arms were bound to his sides with seven belts, according to the complaint. A garbage bag had been put over his head and cinched tightly around his neck. The medical examiner's office confirmed that Antonio's death was a homicide.

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The mother was not at home when first responders arrived.

One witness told investigators that the mother and son had moved into the building two months earlier, and that his mother "wasn't friendly and kept to herself". "Stop! I won't do it again.' She said she heard Amelia yell 'Shut up'". The witness additionally heard Di Stasio shout, "Quiets down", the grumbling expressed.

Another witness told police that she saw a "frazzled" woman jump from the windowsill of the apartment building on September 28.

Di Stasio wrote on Facebook that his grandson was "bright and happy", but that his autism caused him to "act out" and scream, which caused neighbors to complain about the noise.

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When they asked her what was wrong, she asked if they knew a pastor.

Her father, Ralph DiStasio, told the Sentinel that his daughter had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and that Antonio was autistic.

The man said he offered the woman his wife's name and number because his wife is a Christian, the Journal Sentinel reported. A cellphone retrieved at the crime scene found online searches for "how do canabals die" and "how to kill a canabal", the word cannibal being misspelled.

There was also a message board on her phone with posts about killing cannibals with fire, stating they liked to "bathe in oil".

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