No guns were said to be involved.  However, another innocent life was lost at the hands of someone who clearly needed help with her mental issues…

The maniac mom who allegedly threw her 6-month-old baby girl out of a six-story Bronx window on Thursday was registered to run a child day-care for two years out of the same apartment, officials said.

Tenisha Fearon, 27, who screamed “Praise God!” and “Hallelujah!” before tossing little Junilah Lawrence out of her window at 2200 Tiebout Ave. near East 182nd Street in Fordham Heights, got a license to run the child-care service on May 1, 2013, according to a spokesman for the state Office of Children and Family Services.

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Under the license, Fearon was allowed to care for six children daily plus two additional school-age children before and after school, said spokesman Steve Flamisch.

Fearon, who was also overheard shouting, “We are all going to die!” before she dangled her baby out of the window and then dropped her, had no complaints or violations filed against her, Flamisch said.

Bronx, NY 2200 Tiebout Ave.
Bronx, NY 2200 Tiebout Ave.

Her registration as a family day-care provider expired last April 30 and she did not apply for renewal.

Fearon was arrested and charged with murder for the death of little Junilah, who was found lying naked and face-down on the pavement.

“She’s legit crazy,” a police source said of the mother, whose three other children — a boy, 10, and two girls, 9 and 4 — were inside the apartment at the time of the tragic incident. Via: NYP

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