The preliminary hearing for her case, in which more information could be released, is Aug. 3, according to court officials.
Her attorney didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday.
Warrants allege Fowler left Skylar in the car with the air conditioning running.
Lewis, captain in the major crimes unit, said no one in the Lavista Road salon knew the child was in the car.
When the mother emerged from the salon, the car had shut off, police said.
The child was found dead in an Emory University Hospital parking deck when the mother went there and dialed 911 to report that she herself was "having a seizure of some kind," the warrants allege.
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