Police forced their way into the rural home 45 miles (72 kilometers) northwest of Grand Rapids on Sunday and found the cupboards open, rice and cereal spilled all over and the bathroom sink overflowing.
The body of Tina Tietz, 39, was on the couch in the living room. Her daughter Marissa had rummaged the house for food for an unknown number of days. The family dog was tied up inside.
Michelle Schnotala, 39, drove to Tietz's home Sunday to check on her friend after not hearing from her for several days. They last spoke Feb. 3, when Tietz complained of a headache and ear pain, Schnotala said.
The house was locked, Schnotala said. "I heard the dog barking and Marissa crying," she said.
"She just kept saying "Mama's sleeping, Mama's sleeping,"' Schnotala said. Mother and child lived alone, reports AP.
Marissa was examined at a hospital and is in the temporary custody of the state human services department, agency spokeswoman Karen Stock said Tuesday. The dog was taken to an animal-rescue organization.
A preliminary autopsy found that Tietz likely died of bacterial meningitis, an infection of the fluid that is in the spinal cord and that surrounds the brain, Roesler said.
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