Nicholls said when police went to the home to do a welfare check on Delissa Crayton's daughter, they found the skeletal remains on the floor behind a door, which was unlocked, the Gazette reported.
“The door was simply shut,” Nichols told the newspaper reported. “Our first officer who was on the scene went in to do a welfare check and opened the door and found the skeletal remains. They were in a bedroom on the floor in plain view.”
Jacqueline Crayton had worked for the Seguin Independent School District from 1965 until her retirement in 2000, KSAT reported. She was a teacher's aide and secretary and also spent many years working in the special education department, the television station reported.
Delissa Crayton formerly worked for the Seguin Police Department as a dispatcher, the Gazette reported.
The teen has been placed in the care of family members, Nicholls said.