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Missoula woman charged for allegedly killing her children

A Montana mother accused of stabbing her two tiny children was held behind bars on a $10 million bond Monday by a judge who labeled her a tremendous danger to the community and ordered a mental health examination.

Leannah J. Gardipe, 34, is charged with two counts of premeditated murder after her 3- and 5-year-old daughters were discovered dead in their Missoula home on Friday.

The Missoulian claimed that detectives discovered a letter inside the home that said, “that was the only way that we all wouldn’t burn. Now I’m the only one of us that will.”

Garde’s mother contacted 911 to report the incident after her daughter told her she had “protected her kids.” Garde phoned 911 shortly after to say murder and stated her mother would call as well.

Garde informed dispatchers that the event occurred in her bedroom that morning and that “(she) was intended to die” that day.

When officers arrived Friday night, the youngsters were dead on the bed. According to authorities, no one else was in residence other than Gardipe.

Garde appeared in court on Monday, represented by public defender Ted Fellman, who requested a much lesser bail.