Friday, November 28, 2014

Dad who murdered 6-year-old daughter was CUSTODIAL (Pierce County, Washington)

So who gave this obviously unstable father custody? Notice it apparently doesn't even occur to Daddy that he might call Mom to take their daughter if he's feeling suicidal. No, he has to kill the little girl too, which is a true sign of a sociopathic control freak. Not sure why the killer is still an UNIDENTIFIED DAD.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Father-7-year-old-daughter-found-dead-in-Pierce-Co-apartment-283871771.html

Father, 6-year-old daughter found dead in Pierce Co. apartment

By KOMO Staff
Lindsay Cohen

Published: Nov 25, 2014 at 12:20 PM PST Last Updated: Nov 25, 2014 at 9:30 PM PST

SOUTH HILL, Wash. - Investigators have found the body of a 58-year-old man and his 6-year-old daughter inside an apartment in South Hill, and it appears to be a case of murder-suicide, Pierce County sheriff's officials.

"Unfortunately, we have a deceased 6-year-old girl who appears to have been killed by her father and then killed himself," said Det. Ed Troyer.

Deputies responded to the apartment, in the 17700 block of 85th Avenue Court East, on Tuesday morning after a concerned neighbor called 911, Troyer said. The neighbor told deputies that the 58-year-old man had been acting suicidal Monday night and was talking of going far away.

The neighbor also said the man and his 6-year-old daughter were scheduled to be evicted from their apartment on Tuesday morning.

The neighbor went to check on the pair on Tuesday morning, but received no answer at the door and called 911.

When deputies arrived, they found broken glass outside the apartment and the window blinds were in disarray. Entering the apartment, they found the two bodies.

Troyer said the investigation takes on a much more somber mood when there are kids involved.

"Bring your kid to a fire station, a hospital, call somebody or do something," Troyer said. "You don’t need to take them with you."

Troyer said the man was a single father and the mother was in Utah, and there had been no history of calls to police at the apartment.

The Pierce County Medical Examiner is removing the bodies from the scene on Tuesday afternoon. The causes of death were not immediately available

Dad charged with homicide in death of son (Florence, South Carolina)

Dad is identified as JERROD LEE BROWN.

http://m.wistv.com/wistv/db_331935/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=iaArNLCb

Florence man charged in son's death

Posted: 11/26/2014 4:34 PM

FLORENCE, S.C. (AP) - Investigators have arrested a Florence man in the death of his son.

Multiple media outlets reported that 26-year-old Jerrod Lee Brown was arrested Tuesday and charged with homicide by child abuse in the death of Jerrod Lee Brown Jr.

Brown also is charged with child neglect. Investigators were called to a Florence area hospital Sunday after the boy's death.

Florence County Coroner Keith von Lutcken said an autopsy Monday determined the child died as a result of an internal hemorrhage after a blow.

Lutcken said there was also evidence of prior abuse of the boy.

It was not clear if Brown has an attorney.

Dad charged with 2nd-degree murder in death of infant daughter (Brentwood, New York)

Is dad ANGELO DELEON a single dad? No mention of a mother in the home.

https://www.longislandexchange.com/press-releases/father-indicted-for-shaken-baby-death/

Father Indicted for Shaken Baby Death

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY)

A Brentwood man, Angelo Deleon, has been charged in a three count indictment with causing the death of his infant girl by violently shaking her, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said.

#The victim, 47-day-old Genesis Deleon, was shaken to death by her father on October 30 in their home in Brentwood. He alone was her caretaker that day in their house.

#Today before State Supreme Court Justice Mark Cohen in Riverhead, Deleon, 51, pleaded not guilty to charges of murder in the second degree and manslaughter in the first degree. Justice Cohen set cash bail at $250,000 and bond at $250,000.

#A third charge in the indictment, reckless assault of a child, is a separate crime that allegedly occurred a few days prior to the fatal shaking of the victim on the morning of October 30. Reckless assault of a child is a class D felony punishable by a maximum prison sentence of two and one-third to seven years. Deleon pleaded not guilty to the charge.

#Angelo Deleon will return to court on December 17.

Dad gets 12 years for breaking spine, neck, legs, and ribs of infant daughter (United Kingdom)

Oh look, UNNAMED DAD was "frustrated." That's why he REPEATEDLY abused this baby from the time she was just a few weeks old, causing fractures all over his body. Of course, Daddy was also too "frustrated" to get her medical help or let the mother know what he was doing behind her back. And apparently he is such a dumb ass that he couldn't figure out that her constant crying was because she was in CONSTANT PAIN.

And now Mom has lost custody because of his vicious abuse. It's always the moms who pay and are punished for men's crimes.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/violent-dad-who-broke-baby-4709274

Violent dad who broke his baby girl's back, neck and legs jailed for 12 years

Nov 27, 2014 20:46
By Robin Turner

The man admitted causing multiple fractures to his baby daughter but denied intent to cause serious harm. A jury took ninety minutes to find him guilty.

A 20-year-old father who subjected his baby daughter to a catalogue of brutal attacks which left her with fractures to the spine, neck, legs and ribs has been given a 12 year custodial sentence at Swansea Crown Court.

The father, who cannot be named to protect his daughter’s identity, admitted to police “flicking” his daughter in the air, “folding” her by forcing her legs toward her head, sitting on her, pinching her, shaking her and throwing her in the air, on one occasion failing to catch her.

The attacks took place behind the back of his young partner and started when the baby was just a few weeks old and went on for months.

But he denied intending to cause “really serious injury” during a short trial at Swansea Crown Court which ended when a jury of six men and six women took just 90 minutes to convict him of five counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

Judge Keith Thomas, said what the father had done was “beyond normal comprehension,” reports Wales Online.

Catherine Richards, prosecuting, said the father treated his daughter “like a plastic doll” and added his only concern was that he might be caught.

The police became involved in January this year when the father pushed his daughter’s head violently into her chest and she became “floppy”, her mother rushing her to hospital.

Prosecutor Ms Richards said when the father began this final attack on his young daughter and he noticed her leg had become floppy, his reaction was to make a cup of tea.

She said to him: “You’ve got a tiny baby and you’ve violently pushed her head towards her chest and what do you do? You go and make a cup of tea. Did you get help for your daughter? Do you call anyone?”

The father replied: “No.”

The defendant agreed he saw his daughter’s leg “go floppy” but said he didn’t realise she had been seriously injured and had not intended to hurt her seriously.

He also agreed with prosecutor Ms Richards he continued the attack by thrusting her towards the ground and pulling her back up after which she went “really floppy” and he became concerned and distressed.

Ms Richards said: “The concern was for you, not for her wasn’t it?”

He replied: “No, it was for her.”

The father, who sobbed throughout while giving evidence, accepted he had subjected his daughter to “cruel, cruel violence” but told the court: “I didn’t know she had injuries.”

Judge Keith Thomas said: “In dealing with these offences it has been sometimes difficult to remember we’re dealing with a child who, at the start of when you starting injuring her, was only about two months old.

“She was a tiny, delicate child and you as her father were intended to protect her but for some wholly inexplicable reason you chose instead to subject her to a catalogue of attacks that was truly chilling.”

The father said he couldn’t cope with the baby and added her crying “drove me insane”.

He said he carried out the attacks because he was “frustrated”.

Judge Thomas said the father would be jailed for 12 years (the first year in youth custody) and would be eligible for parole after serving two thirds of that sentence.

He also said the father should remain on licence so checks could be made on him for a total of 17 years.

The court heard the girl is now being looked after by the state and is developing reasonably though her development was delayed by the fractures and other injuries she suffered.

Ms Richards said however “only time would tell” if she has suffered locomotor or neurological injuries.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Dad kills 6-year-old daughter in murder-suicide; what happened to this girl's mother?(Pierce County, Washington)

We're told by a neighbor that the killer and his daughter "kept to themselves" (translation: control freak father kept young daughter isolated from other people). Dad was apparently being evicted and "acting suicidal" before the murder. No mention of a mother anywhere. I'm thinking UNNAMED DAD was custodial. But how? Who gave him custody? What happened to this murdered girl's mother?

http://www.king5.com/story/news/local/2014/11/25/murder-suicide-puyallup/70125410/

Father, young daughter found dead in an apparent murder-suicide

Janet Kim, KING 5 News 7:43 p.m. PST November 25, 2014

PUYALLUP, Wash. -- A man and his young daughter were found dead inside their South Hill apartment in Puyallup Tuesday morning. Pierce County investigators believe it's the result of a murder-suicide.

According to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department, neighbors told investigators the father was packing up his SUV because he was scheduled for eviction from his apartment along the 17700 block of 85th Ave. Ct. E. They said he was acting suicidal Monday night and saying he was going far away.

Pierce County sheriff's deputies came to the home for a welfare check Tuesday morning after a concerned neighbor called. Deputies reported seeing the 6-year-old girl through the window and forced their way inside; they found both the child and her father dead.

Neighbors said the man and his daughter kept to themselves. Investigators said there was no history of trouble at the home.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Dad murders 9-year-old daugher during visitation (Rochester, Minnesota)

As usual, the news report doesn't clarify if this was court-ordered visitation, and who the judge was. But in some ways it doesn't matter, because if moms don't "facilitate" they'll lose custody altogether.

Dad is identified as BRADLEY HIGGINS.

http://www.startribune.com/local/283834441.html

Father, daughter identified in Rochester murder-suicide

Article by: Associated Press
Updated: November 25, 2014 - 11:09 AM

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Police have identified the father who they say took the life of his young daughter and then killed himself in Rochester.

KTTC-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1vb0GSj ) Bradley Higgins fatally shot 9-year-old Mackenzie Higgins before turning the gun on himself Sunday afternoon at his brother's house.

Authorities say the two were found dead in the basement of the home when the girl's mother came to pick up her daughter about 4 p.m.

Police say the 49-year-old father had been living in his brother's basement for a short time and his daughter was visiting. Officials say Higgins' brother, wife and three children were upstairs at the time of the shooting, but were not harmed.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Dad accused of assaulting 2-month-old son captured (Swannanoa, North Carolina)

Dad is identified as DUSTIN AARON WILSON. No mention of the baby's mother.

http://myfox8.com/2014/11/24/wanted-nc-father-accused-of-hurting-2-month-old-son-captured/

Wanted NC father accused of hurting 2-month-old son captured

Posted 2:52 pm, November 24, 2014, by Paul Choate

SWANNANOA, N.C. — A wanted North Carolina father accused of hurting his 2-month-old son has been captured in Buncombe County.

Dustin Aaron Wilson, 23, of Rowan County, was taken into custody in Swannanoa on warrants for felony child abuse.

Authorities said they started investigating late last month after the child was being treated for injuries by the Rowan Regional Medical Center.

Detectives said they determined the injuries happened in the Kannapolis area and were consistent with a physical assault. Specific details on the injuries have not been released. Several tips led to Wilson being taken into custody.

Wilson is currently confined in the Buncombe County Jail awaiting transport back to Rowan county.