Notice that this isn't the first time dad LARRY ALLEN WILCUTT JR. has been accused of child abuse. Before he "allegedly" beat up the 12-year old, he had the "same behavior" with the boy's older brother. Wow, how'd those anger management classes work our for ya? Realy did the job for ya, huh?
Dad charged with hitting son
by Mary Jo Denton Herald Citizen
2 hrs 38 mins ago By MARY JO DENTON
PUTNAM COUNTY -- A Silver Point man has been charged with child abuse after allegedly hitting his 12-year-old son in the mouth and throwing him against a wall.
Larry Allen Wilcutt Jr., 42, of Carr Chapel Road, was arrested in the case on November 4 by Putnam Sheriff's Deputy Jamie Greenwood, who was serving a warrant taken out by Deputy John Osteen.
Deputy Osteen said that on November 3, the mother of the child brought the boy and her other son to the Putnam Sheriff's office and reported that the 12-year-old had been "beaten up and had a busted lip" caused by his father, Larry Allen Wilcutt Jr., the deputy's report says.
The boy had bruises on his arms and he and his mother told the deputy that the two boys had been "picking on each other" and had knocked over a bucket of candy "and that's what set Mr. Wilcutt off," the report says.
The child's grandmother intervened to get Larry Allen Wilcutt Jr. off the boy, the deputy said. Domestic Violence Officer Barbie Cook was brought into the case, and the Department of Children's Services was also notified, the deputy said.
And though the father had also come to the Sheriff's Department that day, allegedly trying to "work this out" before deputies were able to obtain the information they needed, he was gone by the time deputies got the story from the mother and the child.
Deputy Osteen then obtained a warrant against the father, and he and Deputy Josh Reams went to Silver Point looking for him, but did not find him that day. The warrant Deputy Osteen took alleges that Larry Allen Wilcutt Jr. hit the boy in the mouth, "busting his lip" and threw him against the wall.
"This was before (the child's grandmother) could stop him," the warrant says.
The warrant also alleges that Wilcutt "has also had the same behavior with older brother in the recent past" and alleges that Wilcutt had been ordered to attend an anger management class in connection with a case involving the other child. Wilcutt was booked into the Putnam jail, where his bond was set at $10,000.
He has a November 28 court date.