Man Accused Of Beating Girlfriend’s 1-year-old Daughter For Interrupting Video Game

November 8, 2017
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Man accused of beating girlfriend’s 1-year-old daughter for interrupting video game

Spokane County experts blame a man for beating his sweetheart’s little child, causing dangerous wounds, since she intruded on him while he was playing computer games.
The Spokesman-Review reports that 22-year-old Brandon Oquendo is blamed for hitting the 21-month-old in the back of the head and in the guts on Sunday after she go before him while he was playing Xbox.

Specialists say Oquendo recognized to them that he hit the tyke and disclosed to them he called 911 and the young lady’s mom after she nodded off and had a seizure.
The youngster was brought to the healing facility with a few wounds, a crumbled lung and a draining cerebrum. Specialists called her wounds perilous.

Oquendo’s legal counselor asked for his bond be close to $5,000. Judge Annette Plese set his bond at $150,000.
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A severely injured five-year-old kid was found by his auntie among dead bodies in the Texas church where a shooter killed 26 on Sunday, Nov. 5.
The kid, Ryland Ward, had four shot injuries to his stomach, crotch, and arm, his uncle, Michael Ward, disclosed to The Dallas Morning News. The kid’s auntie Leslie Ward discovered him in the asylum among the seats after the shooting.

Law enforcement officials continue their investigation at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs as the sun begins to rise on Nov. 6, 2017 in Sutherland Springs, Texas. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

She told The New York Daily News “I found my nephew in the front, in pain,It was bad. There were just dead bodies everywhere. It wasn’t what I wanted to see but at the time, I wasn’t worried about it. I was worried about finding my family.”
The kid lost his mom, Joann Ward, in the shooting together with sisters Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7.
His uncle did him of the congregation and his auntie ameliorated him until the point that assistance arrived and he was taken by helicopter to a healing center.
The kid was out of surgery and in stable condition as of Sunday night.

Michael and Leslie Ward carry on a couple of squares from the shooting scene, the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs.
Leslie was setting up a yard deal when she heard the shots. It sounded quick, similar to an automatic weapon to her. The word was spreading quick in the small town of just a few hundred. Before long, she got notification from some person there was a shooter shooting inside the congregation.
She kept running inside the house and woke up Michael. His sibling Chris’ family frequently goes to the congregation so they called him, however found no solution. They hopped in their auto and headed to his home.

He was following a night move and avoided the administration that morning. In any case, his family went. At to start with, he didn’t accept what Michael and Leslie were stating. “I’m not lying to you, Chris, they’re all shot,” Michael said.
At the point when Chris acknowledged what was happening, he instantly raced to the congregation. He didn’t put his shoes on

A few media purportedly incorrectly checked Chris as the shooter. Law requirement sources later distinguished the shooter as Devin Patrick Kelley.
Kelley, 26, entered the congregation around twelve, wearing dark strategic style outfit and body defensive layer, outfitted with an AR-15-sort rifle. He murdered 26 individuals and injured 20.
After leaving the congregation, he was stood up to and shot by Stephen Willeford, 55, a neighborhood inhabitant. Kelley dropped his rifle, hurried to his auto, hopped in, and started to escape.

The great Samaritan approached another Texas man for assist and the two started to seek after the suspect in their vehicle.
Agents trust that Kelley at that point shot himself. Experts discovered him dead in his vehicle.

Illinois 6-year-old weighed 17 pounds at death, police say

An Illinois father and stepmother are accused of first-degree kill in the starvation demise of their 6-year-old kid who specialists say weighed only 17 pounds (8 kilograms) when he passed on a week ago.

Police say the kid’s dad, Michael Roberts, and the kid’s stepmother, Georgena Roberts, denied the kid and another offspring of nourishment “as a type of discipline.”
The combine, both 42, likewise confront a lawful offense tally of tyke risk identified with the kid who passed on and a crime tally of tyke danger for their treatment of their 7-year-old child. They stayed in authority Tuesday after a judge requested their safeguard be set at $500,000 each.

Police were called to a healing facility in the southern Illinois people group of Jerseyville on Friday with respect to a dead kid, who, as indicated by the Jersey County express’ lawyer’s office, was conveyed to the doctor’s facility by his dad.

The couple, as indicated by criminal grievance “knowingly and intentionally caused (the boy) to become extremely malnourished, leaving the said 6-year-old child… to starve to death.” The objection claims the couple withheld sustenance and support on a general and steady premise” between December 2015 and the date of the kid’s passing. When he passed on, the kid weighed about 33% of what a regular 6-year-old weighs.

Preparatory discoveries from a post-mortem, as per police, show that the reason for death was “to a great degree malnourishment.” Toxicology and different tests are pending.
Police say the kid had three kin and two stage kin who lived with him in the family’s home in Jerseyville, around 40 miles (66 kilometers) north of St. Louis. The majority of the surviving kids were taken into defensive care by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
Lawyers for Michael and Georgena Roberts did not quickly react to demands for input.

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