Of course, we all just know that every divorced daddy wants access to the kids for the very best of motives--all that lovey-dovey bonding, don't you know.
Check out dad ANDREW DIAZ II. He decided to make a scene at the home of his "estranged" ex-wife--poor daddy just wanted to see the kids, see. And for what? To play catch? Walk around the zoo? Nah. Daddy wanted to take them on his "business rounds" while he did a "couple of meth and weed deals." Naturally, like any decent mother, she objected. So Daddy showed his utter devotion to quality family time by punching her in the head. And when the son tried to intervene, Daddy picked him up by the hair and threw him into the wall, leaving an actual hole in the wall from the impact. Then just to make sure that everybody knew that Daddy Wasn't Happy, he pulled a gun on them and threatened to kill the mother.
I see that Daddy was set to go on trial for in a drug distribution case in January. Such a surprise. And I bet this moron has a history of domestic violence too. But the Great Falls, Montana authorities just can't be bothered to keep him in jail. Nope, Daddy gets to walk around town, continue his drug peddling, and terrorize people. Disgusting.
Diaz charged with pulling gun, throwing son against wall
Posted: Nov 24, 2010 4:52 PM by Heath Heggem (Great Falls)
Updated: Nov 24, 2010 6:37 PM
Andrew Diaz III, accused of pulling a gun on his ex-wife and slamming his son against a wall, made his initial court appearance in Great Falls on Wednesday.
Diaz faces charges of assault with a weapon, assault on a minor, and partner-family member assault.
On Monday, Diaz went to the home of his estranged wife and demanded to take his kids while he did a "couple of meth and weed deals."
When the woman refused, Diaz allegedly punched her in the head.
The couple's son tried to intervene, but the boy was picked up by his hair and thrown, leaving a hole in the wall where the child made impact.
Diaz then pulled a handgun, pointed it at the female victim, and threatened to kill her.
Diaz is scheduled for trial in a drug distribution case in January.
His bail in this case is set at $50,000.