Judge orders stay-away for Roseville mother of deceased toddler | News
ROSEVILLE, CA - A Roseville mother who was held in jail on suspicion of murder in her toddler's death has now been ordered to stay away from her other child.
Denise Wilder, of Roseville, was arrested on April 4 after emergency responders found Wilder's two-year-old daughter, McKinley Gail Wilder, dead inside a home on the 300 block of Diamond Oaks Road.
Wilder's ex-husband, Mark Wilder, petitioned the court for a temporary restraining order against Denise Wilder for the protection of himself and his daughter, Kennedy, who was also in the home at time of McKinley's discovery.
The temporary restraining order requires Denise Wilder to stay away from the funeral and/or memorial service.
The order also grants Mark Wilder control of his children's property "not deemed evidence in the murder investigation," according to the temporary restraining order.
Wilder was released on her own recognizance from the Placer County jail on April 10.
The District Attorney's office is waiting for the final coroner's report to determine if any formal charges will be filed.