U.S. Marshals are seeking help in their search for a couple wanted in the torture and killing of a 4-year-old girl, who died last week after suffering severe burns.
Diaz, 24, and Fields, 28, are suspected in the death of her 4-year-old daughter Gabby Barrett.
He is not the girl's father.
Cops reported severe burns to the little girl's extremities.
According to police, the girl was taken to an area hospital and pronounced dead shortly after arriving. According to WNEM, an autopsy found the girl had "multiple traumatic injuries" and "signs of Battered Child Syndrome (multiple injuries, multiple sites, multiple ages)".
A manhunt is underway for Diaz and Fields, and they are believed to be driving a black 2002 Chevy Cavalier bearing MI license plate DTR 1854, pictured below.
Fields and Diaz are charged with felony murder, second-degree murder, and first-degree child abuse and torture, according to a press release issued Monday, Jan. 8, from the Sumpter Township Police Department.
U.S. Marshals located and arrested Brad E. Fields, 28, and girlfriend Candice R. Diaz, 24, about 3:55 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9 near Lake Park, Georgia, according to Sumpter Township police. "When Gabby came over, she never had any marks or bruises on her", she said.
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Police say the home where she was found was full of animal waste and contained drugs and guns.
"We didn't know. We would have gone" and removed her from the home, he said.
She pleaded guilty to both counts and was sentenced to three days in Wayne County Jail and two years probation.
Barrett's grandmother, Deborah Barret said: "She was a ball of joy".
Gabby's family has set up a GoFundMe account for funeral costs. Grandfather Jerry Barrett noted that it was hard to grieve because the family could not put her to rest. She always had a smile on her face, loved to play.
This is not the first time Diaz and Fields have been in trouble.