MADERA, Calif. (KMJ) — Thaddeus Sran’s parents entered their not guilty plea Wednesday afternoon, during an arraignment taking place in Madera Superior Court.
Sukjinder Sran (above) and his wife Brieseida Guadalupe Sran (below), the parents of 2-year-old Thaddeus Sran are accused of his murder.
Both of the child’s parents are each being held on $1 million dollar bond.
The next hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, which will include a bail review.
Madera County District Attorney Sally Moreno is seeking 25 to life in prison for both parents on murder and assault charges.
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Thaddeus was first reported missing by his parents on July 15th.
At that time, his parents told police their child managed to get out of the house and disappear overnight.
Police say the boy’s parents stopped cooperating with them shortly after Thaddeus was reported missing.
His parents were charged with his murder after a body was found in a fire pit near Ave. 14 and Rd. 21 in Madera County.
Autopsy results have not yet come back on the burned remains of a child found last Thursday
Dozens of people gathered together in Madera on Tuesday to celebrate the life of two-year-old Thaddeus Sran.
Two murals are being painted in Thaddeus’ honor by Fresno artist, Omar “Super” Huerta.
The first mural has been painted on the side of Don Tony’s Money Transfers on Yosemite Avenue.
On August 5, during the Madera City Council meeting, Mayor Andy Medellin will ask council for approval to name a Centennial Park playground for children with special needs after Thaddeus Sran.