INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (KFOR) – Indiana authorities have charged two people for their alleged roles in the death and disappearance of a missing Oklahoma girl.

According to Seminole County investigator J.T. Palmer, the toddler’s mother, Madison Marshall, left Cromwell in mid-January with Oaklee and her 7-month-old son, Coleton, and eventually took off to Indiana with her ex-boyfriend Roan Waters.

Last month, Palmer told KFOR that according to authorities in Indianapolis, on Feb. 9, witnesses saw Oaklee being carried out of what he was told was a “crack house.”

“They described it as she was either asleep or unconscious. She wasn’t moving,” said Palmer. “She was wrapped in a blanket.”

Marshall allegedly said Oaklee was hurt and needed to go to a hospital, which is where she claimed she and Waters were taking her. However, officials say she never made it to the hospital.

Now, court documents reveal Marshall told investigators Oaklee died in the afternoon of Feb. 9 – just one month shy of her second birthday.

Marshall confessed that Oaklee endured ongoing physical abuse at the hands of Waters in the months leading up to her death.

“He would frequently ‘whoop’ or ‘spank’ her as a form of discipline. He had also occasionally ‘choked her out’. This included for reasons of her crying, urinating in her diaper, ‘holding a fork wrong’ and other behavior common of a toddler,” the affidavit reads. “…Marshall attempted time and again to explain to him that she was only two years old and did not understand what he was wanting her to do.”

Marshall said his physical abuse would often get redirected towards her if she would attempt to interfere with it.

Marshall says on the day of the incident, Waters was yelling repeatedly at Oaklee to bounce on a bouncy ball, which she stated Oaklee was likely too small to sit on by herself, while Marshall made food in the kitchen.

Marshall told detectives he eventually yelled for her before bringing an unresponsive Oaklee to her.

“Waters continually repeated without prompting that he ‘didn’t do anything’ and that ‘it wasn’t [his] fault,'” the affidavit reads.

Investigators asked Marshall if she asked Waters to take Oaklee to the hospital.

Marshall answered, “At one point, yeah. And he told me that if we went to a hospital, I was going to go to prison, and I’ve never been to jail. I’ve never been to prison. And it’s f****d up, that’s my daughter.”

According to the affidavit, Waters tried to revive Oaklee by dousing her in cold water, and when that didn’t work, he wrapped her in a pink and black blanket with flowers on it and put her in the back of their vehicle.

Marshall said she sat with Oaklee in the backseat until she was no longer breathing before moving to the passenger seat as Waters drove.

She told investigators that Waters left her body in an abandoned home in Martinsville, Indiana.

“This case is one of the most challenging types of cases for a community and for our investigators, said Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Randal Taylor.  “I want to thank the hard work the IMPD Missing Persons Unit detectives put into this investigation. When they learned there was a chance Oaklee Snow may have been in Indianapolis, detectives put in a tremendous amount of effort into locating her. I want to also thank all of the law enforcement agencies who assisted in this investigation, both in Indiana and across the country.”

Indiana authorities say Oaklee’s body was ultimately located in a dresser drawer of an abandoned structure in Martinsville.

Since then, Waters has been charged with multiple charges including Murder and Marshall has been charged with multiple charges including two counts of Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death and Assisting a Criminal.

“As parents we have a duty to protect our children. Not only did these two individuals fail to live up to that responsibility, but the allegations in the probable cause affidavit indicate that Oaklee suffered a horrific death and an abandonment that diminished the dignity that any child deserves,” Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears stated. “I want to thank the multiple law enforcement agencies and our prosecutors who worked tirelessly to locate this child and seek justice on her behalf.”