Monday, August 4, 2014

Drunk dad wanted for fleeing scene of crash, leaving infant son injured and bleeding in the road (Conroe, Texas)

So you have a drunk father who gets belligerent with the mother and starts a fight, takes off with the baby in his car, doesn't bother to use a car seat, gets into an accident, then flees the scene, leaving the baby bleeding in the road. What a piece of sh**.

But notice that although the mother is also a victim is all this, she has LOST CUSTODY to foster care, though it appears that she has not been charged with anything. Typical double standard. Mothers are supposed to be super heroes who can stop violent criminal men in their tracks--and they are punished when they "fail." Only in our dreams....

Dad wanted for fleeing scene of crash, leaving infant son behind

DPS searching for father from rollover accident

KHOU 6:34 p.m. CDT August 4, 2014

CONROE, Texas – The Texas Department of Public Safety is asking for the public's help in locating a 29-year-old man in connection with an incident involving his infant son being abandoned at the site of a rollover accident in July.

James William Hammons Jr. is wanted on arrest warrants for child abandonment, driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 years of age and felony failure to stop and render aid, DPS said.

According to investigators, the incident happened around 10:30 p.m. on July 20 on East Williams Road and South Williams Road.

Witnesses rushed to the scene and found a baby lying face down in the road and bleeding.

"They thought it was a doll that came out of the vehicle, they didn't realize it was a child," said Jake Millsap, a neighbor. "It was laying face down, until they flipped him over and was blinking at them."

"They had an argument and he took off with the baby, and the baby wasn't in a safety seat," said another neighbor.

Officials said the child had been ejected from a Ford Fusion, which was upside down about 20 feet away.

PHI Air Medical transported the infant to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston.

The child has since been released and is in foster care. One store clerk says he saw Hammon 24 hours ago buying a Monster energy drink from the corner store.

Anyone with information regarding Hammons should contact the Conroe East DPS Office, 936-442-2800.

You can also contact the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers office, 1-800-392-7867, or You may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 if your tip leads to the felony arrest of Hammons.