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Paragraphs 8 & 9 read: "After she sped to the apartment in Longview's Beacon Hill neighborhood, Mabey said she found her granddaughter not breathing and her daughter nonresponsive, deputies said."

There were empty pill bottles nearby, Mabey told authorities.
Mariah's body had no sign of trauma, according to the sheriff's office.
Her daughter was on antidepressant medication and getting professional treatment, Mabey told The Daily News of Longview."

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LONGVIEW -- Cowlitz County authorities have ruled the death of a 5-year-old girl a homicide, and her mother is being detained for investigation of first-degree murder.
The body of Mariah Jewell Edwards was found early Wednesday at her home here.
An autopsy was conducted Wednesday evening on the body of the girl, who would have turned 6 on Dec. 3. Cause of death was not immediately determined, Coroner Mike Nichols said.
The girl's mother, Ginger Mabey Pratt, 26, was transported to St. John Medical Center for treatment of an apparent overdose of prescription drugs.
The Cowlitz County sheriff's office said Pratt was being held for investigation of first-degree murder.
Deputies said they were advised of an apparent murder-attempted suicide at 8:20 a.m. by Pratt's mother, Mary Ann Mabey.
The older woman said she had "received a phone call from her daughter saying that she had done something really bad."
After she sped to the apartment in Longview's Beacon Hill neighborhood, Mabey said she found her granddaughter not breathing and her daughter nonresponsive, deputies said.
There were empty pill bottles nearby, Mabey told authorities.
Mariah's body had no sign of trauma, according to the sheriff's office.
Her daughter was on antidepressant medication and getting professional treatment, Mabey told The Daily News of Longview.
The girl's father lives in Portland.
Mabey described her granddaughter as "just like an angel -- very soft and very loving.
"She loved playing with other children. She was just a social butterfly."
The child was a student at Beacon Hill Elementary School.