The Cincinnati Enquirer, Amanda Rossmann
This Tuesday, March 17, 2015 photo shows the College Hill home where a three-month old baby was found murdered in Cincinnati. Police arriving in response to a 911 call found the baby decapitated and stabbed multiple times with a large chef's knife. Deasia Watkins, the 20-year-old mother, was found in bed covered with blood, Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters said. She was arrested and charged with aggravated murder.

CINCINNATI — A woman accused of decapitating her 3-month-old daughter was considered a threat to the baby and was accused in court documents of "acting crazy" and talking about demons.

A juvenile court judge on March 6 ordered Jayniah Watkins taken from her mother and placed in the custody of Hamilton County Job and Family Services. The baby was then placed temporarily with an aunt by the county agency.

The baby was found dead Monday on the aunt's kitchen counter. Authorities say she had been decapitated and stabbed multiple times with a large chef's knife that had been placed in her hand.

Police found the 20-year-old mother, Deasia Watkins, in bed covered with blood. She is charged with aggravated murder and remains hospitalized under guard. No attorney is listed for her.