At minimum, Dad RAVIEL CARRASQUILLO is a 2-time loser.
Back in March, Daddy pleaded guilty to stalking and simple assault. His girlfriend had a court order keeping him away.
But here we are, just a few months later, and Daddy shows up at the girlfriend's apartment. Before you know, he's shaking the 11-month-old daughter and shoving her into the wall--in public and in front of witnesses, no less. All because she's crying. Well, I'd be crying if I was with this jackass too.
Finally, prosecutors are trying to keep him in jail with no bail. Will these prosecutors ever get it? Men who abuse their wives and girlfriends also abuse their children.
Jail Time Sought For Man Charged With Beating Child
Prosecutors Seek To Impose Suspended Sentence
POSTED: 12:39 pm EDT June 8, 2010
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Prosecutors are fighting to put a father in jail for up to a year after he was charged with shaking his 11-month-old daughter.
Prosecutors said Raviel Carrasquillo received a suspended sentence for assault and stalking charges in March. After new charges last week that he pushed his baby against a cement wall, prosecutors said they don't want him released from jail.
Police arrested Carrasquillo on Friday at the Community Health Center in Manchester after a witness reported seeing him shake the girl and push her against a wall to stop her from crying.
Carrasquillo did not appear for his bail revocation hearing at Manchester District Court on Tuesday.
Police said that on May 29, Carrasquillo was at his girlfriend's apartment despite a court order that he stay away. Prosecutors also said that on March 9, he pleaded guilty to stalking and simple assault.
Carrasquillo will remain held without bail. A status conference is scheduled for July 8, and prosecutors said that at that time, they will seek to impose the 12-month deferred sentence from the earlier charges.