Monday, January 26, 2015

Victims of killer dad identified, father stabbed to death 5-month-old daughter, family friend (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

The mother and her boyfriend were also seriously wounded by the baby's father.

The parents were obviously no longer together, but what custody rights the killer had, if any, are not specified.

Though the victims are finally identified, the killer is still an UNNAMED DAD.

IDENTIFIED: Five-month-old baby girl, 39-year-old man stabbed to death near 39th and Clybourn

Posted 11:46 am, January 26, 2015, by Krystle Kacner and Katie DeLong, Updated at 06:19pm, January 26, 2015

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The victims have been identified in the January 23rd double homicide that occurred near N. 39th and Clybourn. They are five-month-old Kairii Dailey, and 39-year-old Paul Kucharczyk.

Two other victims, a 19-year-old woman (the baby’s mother, Alexia Dailey) and her 22-year-old boyfriend, Christopher Hamilton continue to receive treatment at the hospital.

A 20-year-old man remains in custody for the crime. Charges are expected to be filed in the coming days.

The stabbing incident happened in a duplex near 39th and Clybourn around 8:30 a.m. last Friday.

Police say Kairii Dailey was stabbed and died as she was laying in her crib — allegedly by her father. He’s accused of stabbing three others, including the baby’s mother, Alexia Dailey. Alexia Dailey’s family tells FOX6 News she has already had extensive surgery. She continues to recover at Froedtert Hospital.

The family has established a account to raise money for Alexia Dailey’s medical expenses, and Kairii Dailey’s funeral services. Nearly $2,000 has been raised in two days. #Alexia Dailey’s family didn’t want to talk with FOX6 News on camera, but they did release a statement:

“We appreciate the outpouring of support and concern we’ve been receiving. We ask for privacy as we focus on Lexi getting well, and as we begin the recovery process. Please continue to keep our family in your thoughts and prayers.”

Another family in need of prayers and support is that of Paul Kucharczyk. Alexia Dailey’s grandfather says Kucharczyk was Alexia Dailey’s Godfather — and last Friday morning, the family says he was a hero. Dailey’s grandfather says his actions, and that of Alexia Dailey’s current boyfriend, Christopher Hamilton saved the young mother’s life.

Alexia Dailey’s family acknowledges it is a life that’s forever changed, and say as strong as she is, she’ll need help and support as she moves forward — especially as she lays her five-month-old daughter to rest.

Christopher Hamilton’s family tells FOX6 News he could be released from the hospital as soon as Monday, January 26th — but he faces permanent disability in his hands as a result of his injuries. His family has established a account in his honor.

Again — charges are expected against the 20-year-old suspect in the coming days.

Police say this was a case that involved domestic violence — and encouraged those who are experiencing domestic violence, or know someone who is to seek help.

Milwaukee’s Sojourner Family Peace Center helps thousands victims of domestic abuse every year.

The Sojourner Family Peace Center is the largest non-profit provider of domestic violence prevention and intervention services in Wisconsin.

Sojourner provides an array of support aimed at helping families affected by domestic violence to achieve safety, justice and well-being.

On its website, the Sojourner Family Peace Center says its primary goals are to ensure the safety of victims of family violence, and provide a pathway out of violence for victims and abusers through opportunities to make positive and lasting changes for themselves and their children.

The Sojourner Family Peace Center offers Sojourner Truth — an emergency domestic violence shelter for women and children.

The 46-bed emergency shelter offers a safe respite for battered women, sexual assault victims and their children.

The Sojourner Family Peace Center also offers a 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline that can help callers of all ages.

All calls are confidential.

Also available via the Sojourner Family Peace Center — support groups held in confidential locations.

The Sojourner Family Peace Center can also help you file a restraining order.

If you need help, or you know someone who does — contact the Sojourner Family Peace Center at 414-933-2722.

Another resource for domestic violence victims is the Milwaukee Women’s Center.

Founded in 1980, the Milwaukee Women’s Center provides comprehensive services and treatment for women, men, and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence, addiction, mental health issues, and poverty.

In June 2007, to ensure the continuation of critical domestic violence resources in Milwaukee County, the Milwaukee Women’s Center became a Division of Community Advocates.

Each year, more than 1,000 women, men, and children benefit from direct intervention, treatment, and prevention services, while more than 12,000 individuals receive assistance through the 24-Hour Crisis Line and community education programs.

The Milwaukee Women’s Center operates one of only two domestic violence shelters for women and children in Milwaukee County.

In addition to the shelter, the Milwaukee Women’s Center offers comprehensive programming for the entire family, with the goal of ending the cycle of violence, abuse, and addiction that grips so many families for generations.

If you or someone you know is in need of emergency shelter or help with domestic abuse or other issues, please call the Milwaukee Women’s Center at 414-671-6140.