Dept of Corrections: Freezer mom's bad behavior

Posted at 11:14 AM, May 13, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-13 16:20:37-04

Mitchelle Blair, the Detroit mother who admitted to killing two of her children and stuffing their bodies in a freezer, has developed a reputation for violence and bad behavior in jail, the Michigan Department of Corrections tells the 7 Investigators.

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She has a lengthy disciplinary record, which shows she has thrown urine on prisoners and officers, spat on and punched people and has threatened murder.

The 37-year-old was charged with killing her 13-year-old daughter Stoni Blair and 9-year-old son Stephen Berry. The murders followed lengthy torture, according to investigators who found the bodies in a freezer in Blair's apartment. Her eldest daughter was forced to participate in moving and storing the bodies.

Within days of imprisonment, the state says Blair began her bad behavior, which includes the following:

Threatening to kill a prison officer

Threatening to kill another inmate

Threatening to smash another officer's head

Attempting to punch an officer

Punching another prisoner in the back of the head

Throwing urine on an officer by way of a filled up milk carton

She is largely kept away from other prisoners, and is forced to eat alone. She must wear a spit mask whenever moved outside her cell.