Police: Oklahoma Mom Believed Daughter Was Possessed, Used Crucifix in Killing (Warning: Graphic Content)

Authorities have released disturbing new details in the brutal killing of an Oklahoma City woman over the weekend.

On Monday, Juanita Gomez, 49, was arrested on one count of murder related to the death of her daughter.

On Aug. 27, officers were called to a home in the 1500 block of North McKinley Avenue after callers asked officers to check on the welfare of a woman inside the house.

According to court documents, officers arrived at the home and found 33-year-old Geneva Gomez lying on the floor with a large crucifix on her chest.

"Blood was visible and she had suffered severe trauma around her head and face," the documents state.

Geneva Gomez was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigators also reportedly noticed that she had bruises and swelling around her knuckles.

During an interview with police, Juanita Gomez allegedly admitted to believing her daughter "was possessed by the devil."

According to court documents, Gomez admitted to punching Geneva repeatedly "and forced a crucifix and religious medallion down her throat until blood came out of her daughter's mouth. Juanita saw her daughter die and then placed her body in the shape of a cross."