PHENIX CITY, Alabama (WRBL) — Disturbing new details emerge in the arrest of a Georgia mother charged with three counts of felony murder and human trafficking in connection with the murder by suffocation and sexual assault of her five-year-old daughter, Kamarie Holland.

Kristy Siple, also known as Kristy Hoskins, was arrested Tuesday, December 28th on felony murder charges. News 3 has learned that the Columbus, Georgia woman has been charged with three counts of murder in the kidnapping, bestiality and rape of Holland. Siple also faces first-degree human trafficking charges.

The additional charges were announced Wednesday morning during Siple’s first hearing before Russell County District Court Judge Walter Gray. The judge ruled a no bond in the case.

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Siple reported her daughter missing to the Columbus Police Department on the morning of December 13. The little girl’s body was found later that day in a vacant house on 15th Avenue in Phenix City. Williams had once lived in this house, which stands next to West End Cemetery.

Jeremy Williams, 37, was arrested two weeks ago and charged with capital murder in Holland’s death. It was a capital charge because Holland was a kid under 14. At a news conference Wednesday morning, Sheriff Heath Taylor said Williams will face three more death penalty charges – capital murder in rape, bestiality and kidnapping Holland.

Two weeks ago, Russell County Circuit Judge David Johnson issued a gag order in the Williams case, restricting the testimony of officials, attorneys and potential witnesses. You are only allowed to speak in a limited way about the facts of the case,

In a press conference before the gag order was issued, Sheriff Heath Taylor said that Siple Williams had a previous relationship, but he did not describe the nature of that relationship. Taylor also said the girl was sexually assaulted, but Williams was not initially charged with a sex crime.

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Kamarie’s father, Corey Holland, issued a statement to News 3 through a family spokesman on Tuesday night after his child’s mother was arrested.

“The amount of pain Kristy caused by tearing Kamarie out of our lives will never end. We’re glad to see she’s been arrested. We’re one step closer to bringing justice to Kamarie. We hope that justice will be done. Kristy should get the maximum sentence she can get,” the statement said. “…She’s a monster. A real mother protects and would die for her children. Kristy is a monster. My family and I will continue to wrestle with the loss of our angel, Kamarie. We will ask you to continue reporting on her and the justice she deserves.”

Circuit Court Judge David Johnson issued a gag order in the Williams case because of initial media coverage. Russell County Sheriff’s Agency Heath Taylor is leading the investigation. The sheriff’s limited ability to speak about the case due to the court’s gag order. It applies to law enforcement, attorneys and potential witnesses in the case.

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The Russell County Sheriff’s Office had the lead in the 16-day investigation while being assisted by the Columbus Police Department.

Siple was taken into custody by the US Marshal’s Service at Circle K on Victory Drive around 1 p.m. Tuesday. Taylor said his agency asked federal agencies to help arrest Siple.

She was held in Columbus for several hours before waiving extradition to Alabama. Siple was checked into the Russell County Jail at around 5:30 p.m

During her first court appearance, Judge Gray issued a gag order in the Siple case. That gag order is similar to the one issued by Johnson in the Williams case, Russell County Assistant District Attorney Rick Chancey said.