MARION COUNTY, FL - First appearance Thursday for the Georgia mom accused of concealing the death of her child.
Clarion Garrison appearing before a Florida judge on the charges of being a fugitive from justice and concealing the death of another.
During a child's death investigation Wednesday, a two-year-old was found dead inside an Albany, Georgia home.
Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards says evidence at the scene gives them cause to charge Garrison with concealing a death.
Wednesday evening, Amber alerts were issued for three children between the ages of four and seven.
They were later found with their mother, Clarion Garrison, in Marion County, Florida.
Garrison turned herself in.
Police officials confirm Garrison is also the mother of the two-year-old found dead in Albany earlier that day.
The coroner releasing the autopsy results Thursday - saying the cause of death is inconclusive.
Officials waiting for the toxicology report to come back, which could take weeks.
The three missing children were unharmed.