Laura Feist Obituary, Death – She stated that she turned around to head back to the beach, and by the time she turned back around again, Taylor had already disappeared. “At first, I didn’t understand. My first assumption was that he had dove beneath the waves and was swimming, but when I saw that he didn’t rise, I knew he wasn’t there, so I rushed in. In 2013, a jury found Laura Day guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced her to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of her stepson, who was just six years old at the time of his death.
She has been in prison for nearly ten years already, yet she continues to insist that the boy’s death by drowning on a beach in Texas was an accident. Day stated that she picked up her stepson, Taylor Syring, from school in Corpus Christi, Texas, on October 5, 2012. It was a Friday when she made the statement, and she added that Taylor had expressed interest in going to the beach. “He mentioned that he wanted to have a picnic on the beach,” recalled Day.
“He wanted to do that.” “It was a decision that we made on the spur of the moment.” Laura Feist has died. We extend our sincerest condolence. It was obvious that it was causing him to break out in a rash. “I said, ‘If you can show me that you’re OK and you feel safe enough to dive under the waves and you feel comfortable, then I’ll let you swim and play in the shallow water, without your lifejacket,'” recalled Day. “If you can show me that you’re OK and you feel safe enough to dive under the waves and you feel comfortable, then I’ll let you swim and play in the shallow water.”