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Child killer behind bars for storing kids in freezer threw a Pringles can of feces & urine at prison guards: Police

A Michigan mother convicted of murdering two of her children and then storing them in a freezer for years has continued her violence in prison, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Authorities say Mitchelle Blair flung a Pringles can containing feces and urine at prison guards as they were attempting to take her food from a tray.

In a second episode, Blair is accused of yelling at another prisoner and hitting guards in the stomach and arms as she was being escorted through a segregation unit, according to Michigan Department of Corrections Public Information Officer Chris Gautz.

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Blair has since been removed from the segregation unit and is being held in the prison’s general population.

She will have to serve an additional 38 months to five years in prison because of the new charges.

Blair has had 49 incidents in prison since she was incarcerated in 2015, although she had not been involved in any since December, WXYZ-TV reports.

The women’s prison Blair is housed in is located in Ypsilanti, just outside of Ann Arbor and west of Detroit.

She is serving a life sentence without parole for the murders of her kids, 13-year-old Stoni Blair and 9-year-old Stephen Berry.

The children’s bodies were discovered in March 2015 in a freezer as Blair was being served an eviction notice. She allegedly killed Stephen in 2012 and Stoni in 2013. Both kids died from blunt force trauma.

Authorities had accused Blair of inflicting abuse on all four of her children. She admitted to investigators that she starved Stoni and threw scalding hot water on her. She also acknowledged that she forced Stephen to drink Windex and then later covered his head with a bag, rendering him unconscious.

Blair’s two surviving children were doing relatively well in 2017, with one expecting to graduate from high school and attend college, and another thriving as a student, according to the Free Press.

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[Feature Photo: Mitchelle Blair/Michigan Department of Corrections]