Records: Accused Mom Spent Hours On Web
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Documents released by the state attorney's office detail what prosecutors say Biannela Susana was doing for hours during the time she waited to seek treatment for her unconscious 2-year-old son, who prosecutors say was beaten to death by his 12-year-old half brother, Cristian Fernandez.
After 2-year-old David Galarriago died, investigators seized two laptops from Susana's apartment, according to the documents. On the day of the beating, Susanna began searching terms like "when someone gets knocked out" on Google at 10:54 a.m., according to the documents.
The documents show that from 10:54 a.m. to 11:11 a.m., nearly 20 minutes, Susana went to a website about concussions 11 times.
List Of Websites Visited By Biannela Susana
At 11:28 a.m., Susana went to a music download website and looked at songs off of an album called "My Destiny," according to the documents.
Cristian Fernandez enters the courtroom for a pretrial hearing.
Susana's searches picked up again around 2:15 p.m., the documents show.
She did some online banking between 2 p.m. and 2:40 p.m., according to the documents, which they show that she went to Mayo Clinic's website and also did Google searches on child concussions.
About 10 minutes later, Susana looked up several celebrities, including Pippa Middleton, and news about David and Victoria Beckham's children, according to the documents.
According to the documents, it wasn't until 3:07 p.m., about four hours after her initial search about someone being knocked out, that Susana looked up St. Luke's Hospital.
St. Luke's is the first hospital the toddler was taken to before being transferred to Shands Jacksonville Medical Center.
Even after her search for St. Luke's, records show Susana wasn't done on the computer. According to the documents, she visited the MetroPCS website several times, looking up information on international calling. She also went to a jewelry website, the documents show.
Based on the reports, Jacksonville police initially went to St. Luke's at 5:37 p.m. The toddler was transferred to Shands after a couple of hours.
After he died, a physician told police that "if the suspect would've sought immediate action, there would've been a possibility that the victim would not have succumbed to his injuries," according to the documents.
Susana is charged with aggravated manslaughter and culpable negligence in the case and is being held with bail set at $1 million. Fernandez is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his younger half brother.