ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An overview of events leading up to Ty's death and his mother'sarrest
May 7, 2009 - Thursday
Tiffany Toribio was kicked out of her mother's house whereshe and her son Tyrese had been staying. Toribio then stayed withfriends at an apartment complex near Alvarado Park in Albuquerque,NM.
May 12, 2009 - Tuesday
Friends kick Toribio out of their apartment saying shetreated the child poorly.
Toribio leaves in the afternoon, leaving the boy at the home,but returns early the next morning.
May 13, 2009 - Wednesday
Sometime in the morning police say Toribio took her son toAlvarado Park where she killed and buried him.
Toribio returns to the friend's apartment, alone, to gather herbelongings. She would not tell the friends where the boy was.
May 15, 2009 - Friday
Tyrese Toribio's body was found.
May 19, 2009 - Tuesday
The forensic recreation of Ty's face was released byAlbuquerque police Chief Ray Schultz at a news conference lateTuesday.
May 20, 2009 - Wednesday
Police receive a tip on Wednesday, May 20, from a woman whoreported seeing a boy on Mother's Day who matched the compositeimage police released. The caller said she had seen the boy at anapartment a few blocks from Alvarado Park.
Investigators interviewed Toribio's friends who gave them thename and a picture of Tiffany Toribio.
Police release the picture of Toribio to the public and withinhours Toribio was arrested at the corner of 3rd St SW and CentralAve NW.
It was sometime in the overnight hours that police say Toribioconfessed to killing her son.
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